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Basilicata STS Catalogue Product and Service Catalogue of the Basilicata Space Technology Sector

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PRINTED ON November 2015

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Basilicata STS Catalogue PREFACE English This Catalogue has been realized in the framework of NIBS project in order to provide an effective instrument for promoting applications based on Space Technologies developed by the University, the Research Centers and Enterprises of the Basilicata Region. The catalogue encloses, for each available application, a sheet that contains the description of the service, the main application fields, the key characteristics and the contacts for more detailed information. Taking into account that the most probable and effective way of research of services within the catalogue is by application field, these have been organized following the GMES4Region taxonomy, identifying 8 application main fields (R1Management of Urban Areas, R2-Sustainable development and nature protection, R3-Regional and local planning, R4- Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, R5-Health, R6-Emergencies, R7Infrastructure, Transport and Mobility, R8Tourism). At each application fields of the taxonomy has been associated a color to make the research of available application in a particular field easier. PREFAZIONE Italiano Questo catalogo è stato realizzato nell'ambito del progetto NIBS al fine di fornire uno strumento efficace per promuovere le applicazioni basate su tecnologie spaziali sviluppate dalla Università, dai centri di Ricerca e dalle Imprese della Regione Basilicata. Il catalogo contiene, per ogni applicazione disponibile, una scheda che riporta la descrizione del servizio, i principali campi di applicazione, le sue caratteristiche salienti ed i contatti per ulteriori e più dettagliate informazioni. Considerando che il modo più frequente ed efficace di ricerca dei servizi nel catalogo è, probabilmente, per settore di applicazione, questi ultimi sono stati organizzati seguendo la tassonomia GMES4Region, che ne identifica 8 (R1-Gestione delle aree urbane, R2- Sviluppo sostenibile e protezione ambientale, R3Pianificazione regionale e territoriale, R4Agricoltura, silvicoltura e pesca, R5-Salute, R6Emergenze, R7-Infrastrutture, Trasporti e Mobilità, R8-Turismo). Allo scopo di rendere più immediata la ricerca di applicazioni nei campi individuati dalla tassonomia scelta, a ciascuno di esso è stato associato un colore. I

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Basilicata STS Catalogue The GMES4Region Taxonomy R1 Management of urban area r 1.1 r 1.2 r 1.3 r 1.4 r 1.5 r 1.6 r 2.1 r 2.2 r 2.3 r 2.4 r 2.5 r 2.6 r 2.7 r 3.1 r 3.2 r 4.1 r 4.2 r 4.3 r 4.4 r 4.5 r 4.6 r 5.1 r 5.2 r 5.3 r 6.1 r 6.2 r 6.3 r 6.4 r 6.5 r 7.1 r 7.2 r 7.3 r 7.4 r 8.1 r 8.2 r 8.3 Urban planning and management Renewable energies Urban Energy efficiency Waste management Water management Ports and Harbours management Renewable energies Forest and green areas Natural resources management Urban Energy efficiency Coastal Management Protected areas management Biodiversity and ecosystem wardship Urban planning and management Rural planning and management Soil moisture Crop Classification and Monitoring Agricultural Pollution Monitoring Water Scarcity Forest monitoring Phytoplankton detection UV Exposure Air quality and humidity Water quality Natural disaster management Early Warning Industrial risk management Search and Rescue Operations Maritime Surveillance Transport and Network Management Air quality /traffic management Industrial risk management Maritime Surveillance UV Exposure Air Quality Bathing Water Quality and Temperature Tassonomia GMES4Region R1 Gestione delle aree urbane r 1.1 r 1.2 r 1.3 r 1.4 r 1.5 r 1.6 r 2.1 r 2.2 r 2.3 r 2.4 r 2.5 r 2.6 r 2.7 Gestione e pianificazione urbanistica Energie rinnovabili Efficienza energetica dei centri urbani Gestione dei rifiuti Gestione delle acque Gestione dei porti e delle aree portuali Energie rinnovabili Foreste ed aree verdi Gestione delle risorse naturali Efficienza energetica dei centri urbani Gestione delle Coste Gestione delle aree protette Tutela della biodiversità e degli ecosistemi R2 Sustainable development and nature protection R2 Sviluppo sostenibile e protezione ambientale R3 Regional and local planning R3 Pianificazione Regionale e Territoriale r 3.1 Gestione e pianificazione urbanistica r 3.2 Gestione e pianificazione delle aree rurali R4 Agricoltura, silvicoltura e pesca r 4.1 r 4.2 r 4.3 r 4.4 r 4.5 r 4.6 Umidità dei suoli Gestione e pianificazione delle colture Monitoraggio inquinamento agricolo Siccità iagricoloagruagricoagricolturaicoloAgricultural Monitoraggio foreste Pollution Monitoring Rilevamento fitoplancton R4 Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries R5 Health R5 Salute r 5.1 Esposizione ai raggi UV r 5.2 Umidità e qualità dell’aria r 5.3 Qualità dell’acqua R6 Emergenze aaa r 6.1 Gestione catastrofi naturali r 6.2 Prima allerta r 6.3 Gestione dei rischi industriali r 6.4 Operazioni di ricerca e salvataggio r 6.5 Sorveglianza Marittima R7 Infrastrutture, Trasporti e Mobilità r 7.1 r 7.2 r 7.3 r 7.4 Gestione dei trasporti e delle reti Qualità dell’aria/gestione del traffico Gestione dei rischi industriali Sorveglianza Marittima R6 Emergencies R7 Infrastructure, Transport and Mobility R8 Tourism R8 Turismo r 8.1 Esposizione ai raggi UV r 8.2 Qualità dell’aria r .8.3 Temperatura e qualità delle acque di balneazione II

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Basilicata STS Catalogue BASILICATA STS PRODUCTS INDEX, silvicoltura e pesca R1 ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES DETECTION ......................................................................................................................1 R1 INNOVAMBIENTE, TOWARDS A PAY AS YOU THROW SYSTEM........................................................................2 R1 R2 ENERGY EFFICIENCY.................................................................................................................................3 R1 R2 R3 R4 PYROGAS - ELECTRICAL AND THERMAL POWER .......................................................................4 R1 R2 RENEWABLE SOURCES .............................................................................................................................5 R1 R2 URBAN IMPACT OF EXTREMES EVENTS ...................................................................................................6 R1 R2 WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT .........................................................................................................7 R1 R3 URBAN ....................................................................................................................................................8 R1 R3 URBAN AND TERRAIN MAPPING .............................................................................................................9 R1 R6 R2 CULTURAL HERITAGE ..................................................................................................................... 10 R2 COASTAL MANAGEMENT .............................................................................................................................. 11 R2 PROTECTED AREAS MANAGEMENT .............................................................................................................. 12 R2 SOLARCLOUD ................................................................................................................................................ 13 R2 R1 RESOURES ............................................................................................................................................. 14 R2 R1 R3 ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT .................................................................................................... 15 R2 R3 LAND DEGRADATION AND SOIL SEALING MONITORING........................................................................ 16 R2 R4 COASTAL AND MARINE ECOSYSTEMS .................................................................................................... 17 R2 R4 DESERTIFICATION AND LAND DEGRADATION MONITORING ................................................................. 18 R2 R4 R5 R6 GEOSI FOR THE LAND MONITORING ....................................................................................... 19 R2 R4 R5 R6 ICT SOLUTIONS FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING ..................................................... 20 R2 R6 R4 R8 WATER QUALITY MONITORING .............................................................................................. 21 R2 R6 COASTAL MONITORING ......................................................................................................................... 22 R2 R6 FIRE TIMELY DETECTION ........................................................................................................................ 23 R2 R6 LAND DEGRADATION RISK MANAGEMENT ........................................................................................... 24 R2 R6 NATURAL RESOURCES STUDIES ............................................................................................................. 25 III

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Basilicata STS Catalogue R2 R7 MARINE AND COASTAL MANAGEMENT ................................................................................................ 26 R3 R1 R7 AIRPORTS ...................................................................................................................................... 27 R3 R4 PROSIT – SATELLITE PRODUCTS FOR VINEYARD .................................................................................... 28 R3 R5 URBAN ENVIRONMENT ......................................................................................................................... 29 R4 AGRI-ENVIRONMENT MONITORING ............................................................................................................. 30 R4 CROP MONITORING ...................................................................................................................................... 31 R4 DROUGHT MONITORING .............................................................................................................................. 32 R4 FORESTRY ..................................................................................................................................................... 33 R4 PRECISION FARMING .................................................................................................................................... 34 R4 PRECISION FARMING AND LAND USE ........................................................................................................... 35 R4 REMOTE SENSING FOR PRECISION AGRICULTURE ......................................................................................... 36 R4 SUPPORT TO CAP (COMMON AGRICULTURAL POLICIES) POLICY SOLUTIONS................................................ 37 R4 R2 LAND ASSESSMENT ............................................................................................................................... 38 R4 R2 R1 R3 PRECISION MAPPING.............................................................................................................. 39 R4 R2 R6 FOREST RISK MANAGEMENT ......................................................................................................... 40 R4 R6 EARLY STRESS DETECTION IN AGRICULTURAL AND NATURAL ECOSYSTEMS .......................................... 41 R4 R6 FIRE-SAT ................................................................................................................................................ 42 R4 R6 REMOTA - RST- BASED DETECTION AND MONITORING OF THERMAL ANOMALIES ....................................... 43 R5 FORECASTING AIR QUALITY PARAMETERS .................................................................................................... 44 R5 R1 R8 WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT ...................................................................................................... 45 R5 R2 R7 OIL SLICKS DETECTION AND WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT .......................................................... 46 R6 BORDER PROTECTION ................................................................................................................................... 47 R6 DISASTER MANAGEMENT ............................................................................................................................. 48 R6 DUST DETECTION AND MONITORING ........................................................................................................... 49 R6 EARLY WARNING MANAGEMENT ................................................................................................................. 50 R6 EARTHQUAKE DAMAGE ASSESSMENT .......................................................................................................... 51 R6 FLOODED AREAS DETECTION AND MONITORING ......................................................................................... 52 R6 GROUND INSTABILITY MONITORING SERVICES ............................................................................................. 53 IV

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Basilicata STS Catalogue R6 SEA POLLUTION MONITORING...................................................................................................................... 54 R6 SEISMIC AREAS MONITORING....................................................................................................................... 55 R6 SEISMIC RISK AND LANDSLIDES RISK MANAGEMENT .................................................................................... 56 R6 SOIL AND INFRASTRUCTURE DISPLACEMENTS MEASUREMENT .................................................................... 57 R6 TRANSPORT AND ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE STABILITY MONITORING ........................................................ 58 R6 VOLCANIC ERUPTION MONITORING ............................................................................................................. 59 R6 R1 R3 NATURAL RISK MANAGEMENT ...................................................................................................... 60 R6 R4 FLOOD RISK MONITORING .................................................................................................................... 61 R6 R5 ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOL INVESTIGATION ............................................................................................. 62 R6 R5 R8 R7 CLIMATE CHANGE................................................................................................................... 63 R6 R7 LAND MOVEMENT MONITORING .......................................................................................................... 64 R6 R7 OIL SPILL TIMELY DETECTION ................................................................................................................ 65 R6 R7 R5 GAS FLARING EMISSION ESTIMATION ............................................................................................ 66 R7 AERO-THERMODYNAMIC DATABASE OF SPACE VEHICLES ............................................................................ 67 R7 INNOVAMOBILITY, A FLEET MONITORING INFOMOBILITY SOLUTION ........................................................... 68 R7 MONITORING OF INFRASTRUCTURES ........................................................................................................... 69 R7 OIL&GAS - PIPELINES .................................................................................................................................... 70 R7 RAILWAYS & ROADS ..................................................................................................................................... 71 R7 TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ............................................................................ 72 R7 VESSEL DETECTION ....................................................................................................................................... 73 R7 R2 R5 R6 OIL SPILL ................................................................................................................................. 74 V

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Basilicata STS Catalogue PROVIDER: Geocart S.p.A. Short title of the service General field of application (See legend page II) R1 Illegal Activities Detection R1  R2  R3  R4  R5  R6  R7  R8  Activity (See legend page II) r1.1 Urban planning and management Monitoring of urban areas to detect illegal and unauthorized activities by using a multisensor data acquired by airborne platform equipped with full waveform laser scanner, hyper-spectral sensors operating in VNIR and SWIR range, thermal camera and a high resolution digital camera. From local to regional 0.5-2.5m  Several times a day  2.5–10m  Day  10-30 m  Weekly  30-100 m  Monthly  100-1000m  Yearly  Short description of the service Geographic Coverage (Global, local, regional) Spatial Resolution Frequency of update Current Users Possible Users Consortium for the Industrial Development of the Potenza Province. Public bodies operating in the land control and surveillance.     Strengths High accuracy and precision of measures; quickly survey of huge areas; data capture acquired with difficulty on the ground; versatility of final products useful for various applications. Reference image of the service 3D City model for evaluation of the buildings volume References methodology Service Status Contact phone e-mail Significant Project: Design of enlargement and re-zoning of the Tito Industrial Area (Contractor: Consortium for the Industrial Development of the Potenza Province). Operational Annibale Guariglia (+39) 0971 56671 a.guariglia@geocart.net 1

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Basilicata STS Catalogue PROVIDER: Innova Short title of the service General field of application (See legend page II) R1 INNOVAMBIENTE, towards a Pay As You Throw system R1  R2  R3  R4  R5  R6  R7  R8  Activity (See legend page II) r1.4 Waste management Web-based Integrated Information System that allows the computerization of the complete waste collection cycle. The system has been designed and developed taking into account D.M. 13/02/2014 (Minimum Environmental Criteria for Urban Waste Management Services) with the goal of making each aspect of Urban Collection management controllable and thus more efficient, also in a perspective of total interoperability with the software already in use by local administrations. It consists of 4 main modules: • Operations Centre: web portal with functions for remote monitoring of the vehicle fleet, waste collection monitoring and management of Collection Centres; • Operator: Android application with functions for the management of utilities, collection kits, on-demand waste collection and delivery to the Collection Centres; • Citizen: Android/iOS/web application with functions to monitor waste collection, receive notifications, book on-demand waste collection and access general information on services; • Data Collector: set of server-side applications appointed to the receipt and storage of data from mobile devices and vehicle fleets. From Local to Global 0.5-2.5m  Several times a day  2.5–10m  Daily  10-30 m  Weekly  30-100 m  Monthly  100-1000m  Yearly  Short description of the service Geographic Coverage (Global, local, regional) Spatial Resolution Frequency of update Current Users Possible Users Waste collection companies; Municipal Administrations      Allows to monitor and optimize waste collection activities Simplifies and speeds up the various processes Consents a better control through a single ICT tool Consents the monitoring of waste collection at utility level It provides the possibility to enable incentive policies to increase the levels of recycling including the ability to assign scores and rewards to the end users  It is interoperable with P.A. systems and in particular it provides a data base to arrive at a Pay As You Throw system Strengths Reference image of the service INNOVAMBIENTE main modules Reference methodologies of the service Service Status Contact Phone E-mail Latest generation GPS systems; State-of-the-art web-based platform; Google Maps; Android /iOS Mobile Apps for ground grew operators and citizens; RFID data acquisition during curbside and/or door to door collection (RFID tags, transponders, readers and antennas); Detailed Reporting functionalities (by reference period; by type of utility; by type of waste; by area; by collection team) in order to define a fair Pay As You Throw system for citizens. Operational, on the market Massimo Veglia (+39) 3460327851 veglia@consorzio-innova.it 2

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Basilicata STS Catalogue PROVIDER: CNR-IMAA Short title of the service General field of application (See legend page II) R1 R2 Energy efficiency R1  R2  R3  R4  R5  R6  R7  R8  Activity (See legend page II) r1.2 Renewable energies r2.4 Urban energy efficiency Using aerial IR data to monitor thermal efficiency of buildings Local 0.5-2.5m  Several times a day  2.5–10m  Daily  10-30 m  Weekly  30-100 m  Monthly  100-1000m  Yearly  Short description of the service Geographic Coverage (Global, local, regional) Spatial Resolution Frequency of update Current Users Possible Users Strengths Local Authorities High precision of thermal measurements, large spatial coverage Reference image of the service Aerial Monitoring thermal efficiency of buildings References methodology Dar A. Roberts, Dale A. Quattrochi, Glynn C. Hulley, Simon J. Hook, Robert O. Green, Synergies between VSWIR and TIR data for the urban environment: An evaluation of the potential for the Hyperspectral Infrared Imager (HyspIRI) Decadal Survey mission, Remote Sensing of Environment, Volume 117, 15 February 2012, Pages 83-101 S. Pascucci, M. Daraio, A. Palombo, S. Pignatti, F.Santini, G. Laneve, TASI-600 high resolution airborne thermal data for accurate materials detection in urban scenarios. 33rd EARSeL 2013:’Thermal Remote Sensing’ session. 5-7 June 2013–Matera (Italy). Research Stefano Pignatti (+39) 06 49934023 stefano.pignatti@imaa.cnr.it Service Status Contact Phone e-mail 3

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Basilicata STS Catalogue CMD Short title of the service General field of application (See legend page II) R1 R2 R3 R4 PYROGAS - Electrical and thermal power R1  R2  R3  R4  R5  R6  R7  R8  Activity (See legend page II) r 1.2 Renewable energies r 1.4 Waste management r 2.2 Forest and green areas r 2.4 Urban Energy efficiency r 4.2 Crop Classification and Monitoring r 1.3 Urban Energy efficiency r 2.1 Renewable energies r 2.3 Natural resources management r 2.6 Protected areas management r 4.5 Forest monitoring Short description of the service Geographic Coverage (Global, local, regional) CMD has developed a small size CHP plant, the CMD ECO20. It’s a full automated plant for combined production of electric and thermal power, using syngas given by wooden biomasses gasification. Biomass is a strategic renewable source of energy, as it allows the distributed generation of electricity and / or thermal power, enhancing and safeguarding the woodland heritage of the areas where the plants are located. Contrary to common opinion, biomass CHP plants promotes healthy forest management, which in turn is the precondition for his health and safety. In Italy this new approach to the use of the wooden fuel is being expanded while for other European Union countries the use of wood to produce energy has become a tradition for several years now. CMD produces cogenerators biomass fed to meet this scenario. Spatial Resolution Frequency of update Current Users Possible Users 0.5-2.5m  Several times a day  2.5–10m  Day  10-30 m  Weekly  30-100 m  Monthly  100-1000m  Yearly  Every citizen, society, company, organization can choice this new approach in self producing electric and thermal energy using wooden components as fuel, that’s completely renewable by the season’s cycle. Everyone can decide to produce energy for a citizen or local distribution grid, reusing the organic wooden dry waste for a low environmental impact system It is evident that the use of wood brings several advantages: the cost of the raw material is 5 times lower than the normal fossil or mineral fuels; the wood is easy to find and easy to work with; it is not a hazardous material; it recycles a product often considered waste,the proper cleaning of the wood makes it healthy, lush and with less risk of fire; wood is not a food for man, no choice in agriculture activity is required (like for bio-oil and bio-ethanol) .Particular characteristic like low distances between fuel, plant and user, the particular kind of renewable source of energy harmonize the combined production of electric and thermal energy with low envirnomental impact, rational use of fuel source and energy. Strengths Reference image of the service CMD ECO20 References methodology Service Status Contact phone e-mail The metodology and the process involved to produce gas is the gasification Gasification is a process that converts organic or fossil fuel based carbonaceous materials into carbon monoxide, hydrogen, natural gas and carbon dioxide. This is achieved by reacting the material at high temperatures (>700°C), without combustion, with a controlled amount of air (oxygen). The resulting gas mixture is called syngas (from synthesis gas or synthetic gas) or producer gas and is itself a fuel. The power derived from gasification and combustion of the resultant gas is considered to be a source of renewable energy if the gasified compounds were obtained from biomass TRL 8 Domenico Cirillo (+ 39) 0823 42 40 55 domenico.cirillo@cmdengine.com 4

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Basilicata STS Catalogue PROVIDER: Geocart S.p.A. Short title of the service General field of application (See legend page II) R1 R2 Renewable Sources R1  R2  R3  R4  R5  R6  R7  R8  Activity (See legend page II) r1.3 Urban Energy efficiency r2.4 Urban Energy efficiency r1.2 Renewable energies Design and carrying out of plants of electrical production from renewable sources. Studying the proper exposition of the investigated areas for optimized feasibility studies in the renewable energy sector by means of laser scanner, digital camera, thermal camera and an anemometric total station ground based. From local to regional 0.5-2.5m  Several times a day  LUCART S.P.A. Public Bodies or Private Enterprises. 2.5–10m  Daily  10-30 m  Weekly  30-100 m  Monthly  100-1000m  Yearly  Short description of the service Geographic Coverage (Global, local, regional) Spatial Resolution Frequency of update Current Users Possible Users Strengths Sound Partnership with ENEL; multidisciplinary approach, team of experts in the fields of civil, environmental, electrotechnical engineering, Earth Observation and legal system. Reference image of the service Photovoltaic plant References methodology Service Status Contact Phone e-mail Significant projects: EPC (Engineering Procurement & Construction) of a photovoltaic system on the industrial factory Airtissue Srl-owned (group Lucart) of power equal to 982 kW in the Avigliano Municipality (PZ). Operational Eugenio Viola (+39) 0971 56671 e.viola@geocart.net 5

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Basilicata STS Catalogue PROVIDER: ENEA Short title of the service General field of application (See legend page II) R1 R2 Urban impact of extremes events R1  R2  R3  R4  R5  R6  R7  R8  Activity (See legend page II) r1.1-Urban planning and management r2.4-Urban Energy efficiency Assessing the vulnerability distribution of the urban areas, cultural assets and critical infrastructures to extreme events linked to natural or anthropogenic factors (earthquake, landslides, heavy rainfall, fires, etc.) through active (SAR, LIDAR,…) and passive (multispectral reflessive/emissive) multiplatform Remote Sensing techniques, to support their emergency response and mitigation/prevention activities Local, regional 0.5-2.5m  Several times a day  2.5–10m  Day  10-30 m  Weekly  30-100 m  Monthly  100-1000m  Yearly  Short description of the service Geographic Coverage (Global, local, regional) Spatial Resolution Frequency of update Current Users Possible Users Rome/ Avellino Municipalities P.A. and stakeholders at regional and local levels    provide extensive and repetitive information on the selected areas; may represent the basis for designing and development of an effective GIS based DSS (Decision Support System); it is suitably customizable, depending on the user requirements. Strengths Reference image of the service Cathedral of Orvieto: aerial orthophoto taken in 2012 (left) and LiDAR Digital Surface Model (DSM) with structural macroelement zonation (right). Envisat ascending and descending permanet scatterers PSs color indicates mean deformation speed in LOS direction.  References methodology  Permanent scatterers PSDInSAR Interferometric processing of Envisat SAR acquisition series; Preprocessing and integration of EO (Earth Observation) derived geo-located information an others georeferenced layers within a GIS environment with a suite of functionalities , on purpose developed taking into account the specific user needs and application-driven requirements . Service Status Contact phone e-mail Pre-operational Flavio Borfecchia (+39) 06 30483359 flavio.borfecchia@enea.it 6

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Basilicata STS Catalogue PROVIDER: Geocart S.p.A. Short title of the service General field of application (See legend page II) R1 R2 Water Resource Management R1  R2  R3  R4  R5  R6  R7  R8  Activity (See legend page II) r1.5 Water Management r2.3 Natural resources management Water resources assessment through the integration of a multi-sensor remote dataset. From local to regional 0.5-2.5m  Several times a day  2.5–10m  Daily  10-30 m  Weekly  30-100 m  Monthly  100-1000m  Yearly  Short description of the service Geographic Coverage (Global, local, regional) Spatial Resolution Frequency of update Current Users Basin Authority of Basilicata; Centre of Integrated Geomorphology for the Mediterranean Area (CGIAM); etc. Public institutions (e.g. Ministries, Regional, Provincial and Municipal Governments, River Basin Authorities, Regional Agencies of Environmental Protection, Civil Protection Authorities) and Research Institutions (e.g. Universities or National Research Councils); private companies (e.g. engineering or companies operating in the environmental sector). Possible Users Strengths High accuracy and precision of measures; quickly survey of huge areas; data capture acquired with difficulty on the ground; versatility of final products useful for various applications; precise definition of the river bed useful for hydrological application such as hydraulic simulations, flood mapping, risk management or for civil hydraulic engineering. Reference image of the service Digital terrain model References methodology Service Status Contact Phone e-mail Significant Project: 1. Lidar Survey for accurate DTM and orthophoto of the Ionian cost (Basin Authority of Basilicata). Operational Annibale Guariglia (+39) 0971 56671 a.guariglia@geocart.net 7

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