Shaking Things Up: Monitoring Ground Deformation and Seismic Motion in Greece and China
HxGN LIVE 2015 Breakout Session Presentation Recording
The INDES-MUSA is a cross-Hexagon project based on the deployment of an innovative multi-sensor system for monitoring ground deformations and seismic motions in subsidence-prone urban areas in both Greece and China. By implementing a combination of Airborne LIDAR missions, mobile GNSS stations, a tide gauge, water level sensors, as well as permanent accelerographic and stationary GNSS stations for monitoring seismic motion, this multi-sensor effort is serving as the ideal case study for effective change detection. Learn how both recorded data and analysis predictions are being used to develop a new web platform based on Hexagon Geospatial software. Discover how this new web portal will provide readily available access to an ideal data repository supporting research and visualization by scientific community and governmental authorities.