TREmaps® – a unique, renewed web-based platform by TRE ALTAMIRA

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Finding the best way to deliver, visualize and manage displacement information from radar satellites in a user-friendly environment has been a priority at TRE ALTAMIRA as well as a key requirement from our clients. Today, we are excited to release TREmaps® to the market: an old name for a totally renewed platform, accessible anywhere with…

Coastal Subsidence Mapping with InSAR

InSAR study over Hampton Roads

Coastal subsidence mapping with InSAR for sea level rise vulnerability mapping over Hampton Roads. Hampton Roads is located within the southeastern corner of the state of Virginia, USA. This coastal inlet is predominantly urban and has the largest concentration of federal bodies and facilities of any metropolitan area in the world. This area is experiencing…

InSAR workshop for mining operators in Zambia

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Using an overall approach to displacement monitoring over mine sites, TRE ALTAMIRA together with Optron, IDS Georadar and Geoapp will be hosting a workshop in Chingola (Zambia) on 11th January 2018. Technology experts from the four companies will be presenting innovations in satellite, radar, prism and other geotechnical monitoring techniques. An overview of recent cases,…

InSAR nationwide monitoring: the Italian case

InSAR Monitoring over Italy

TRE ALTAMIRA together with E-geos have processed thousands of SAR images to cover the entire Italian territory within the framework of the PST project (Piano Straordinario di Telerilevamento), which went live in 2008, years prior to the launch of Sentinel-1 satellites. The PST results are now presented in the article: “Analysis of surface deformations over…

Can InSAR contribute with new insights into possible earthquake precursors?

Co-seismic interferogram #L'Aquila

This controversial issue is under analysis in a paper co-authored by Fabrizio Novali, R&D manager of TRE ALTAMIRA, now published in Scientific Reports – Nature.   Seismologists at INGV (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologica) have analysed ground displacement before and after the L’Aquila earthquake, which struck the central part of Italy in April 2009…

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