Open image in new windowSensor Data Integration for Landslide Monitoring—the LEMONADE Concept
The project LEMONADE (LandslidE MOnitoriNg And Data intEgration) aims to combine different techniques investigating their benefits and drawbacks. We present the different techniques used to monitor the active Corvara landslide located in the Italian Dolomites. Satellite remote sensing products allow covering the whole landslide providing 1D displacement measurements while proximal and terrestrial techniques can provide 3D information. In this paper, preliminary results considering each individual method applied are discussed and a first estimation of landslide displacements for the period considered is given.
KeywordsLandslide monitoring Remote sensing 3D imaging techniques Data integration
This work is financed by the Europaregion Euregio Science Fund first Call for Interregional Project Network (IPN). UAV flights were done by A. Mejia Aguilar and E. Tomelleri (EURAC, Bolzano, Italy). We also thank M. Rutzinger and J. Peiffer (IGF-ÖAW, Innsbruck, Austria) for their help in TLS data acquisition and F. Remondino (FBK, Trento, Italy) as project coordinator. We also acknowledge the geological services of the Autonomous provinces of Trento and Bolzano as well as the Department of Geoinformation of the Federal State of Tyrol.
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