A New Method In Landslide Monitoring using GIS and Geotechnics: II: Current developments.

Giuseppe Degan Di Dieco, Antonio Martini (Contributor), Ivan Del Mastro (Editor)

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Abstract

In order to have effective satellite monitoring of surface deformations of a soil, it is necessary to adapt results of geotechnical characterization of ground (e.g: weight, resistance, deformability) with satellite ground movements. Therefore, we have hypothesized the Geogis project to develop a computer platform capable of: rebuild the geometry of the slope given either the satellite or drone survey: conduct the slope stability analysis until stimulating it's collapse, estimating the last surface displacements with the estimated values for an accurate danger assessment: make the results available to the civil protection so as to support the management of the landslide risk; simultaneously develop a data base in a web environment for data archiving; and from here use of artificial intelligence to guess dangerous situations. Currently,we are testing the platform for the case study of Madonna Del Castello complex landslide in Castrovillari, in the province of Cosenza, Italy.
Translated title of the contributionA New Method In Landslide Monitoring using GIS and Geotechnics: II: Current developments.
Original languageItalian
Pages1-6
Number of pages6
Publication statusUnpublished - 14 Dec 2019
EventQualification Ceremony of the 3rd Edition NOSS Cadets, 14/12/2019, Terracina (LT), IT. - Building of the Local Police, Terracina, Italy
Duration: 14 Dec 201914 Dec 2019
https://ircot.co.uk/index.php/comunicazione/eventi/item/75-cerimonia-iii-corso-noss

Seminar

SeminarQualification Ceremony of the 3rd Edition NOSS Cadets, 14/12/2019, Terracina (LT), IT.
CountryItaly
CityTerracina
Period14/12/1914/12/19
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Keywords

  • Landslides
  • Limit Equilibrium Analyses
  • Finite Difference Method
  • GIS

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