Operational INFRASTRUCTURE MONITORING
USING SATELLITE INSAR GEODESY
Deformation monitoring and retrieval of potential deformation threats
Improving the Understanding of our Changing Environment
Or structures not monitored at all! Bridges, dams, urban areas and historical buildings are not under vital surveillance
Under potential risk
Structures are built in close vicinity to hazardous slopes or are threatened by landslides, earthquakes or human-induced changes
Expensive in-situ monitoring
Terrestrial health checks are costly in terms of time, equipment and labour. Spatially extensive areas (hundreds of kilometres) are hardly observable
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The project is developed with the help of following partners
insar.sk Limited liability company is a provider of geodetic and remote sensing analysis with focus on the deformation monitoring via satellite radar interferometry (InSAR, Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar).
Slovak University of Technology
The Department of Theoretical Geodesy covers scientific activities in geodetic monitoring and analysis of global, regional and local geodynamic phenomena, precise positioning and data processing.
State Geological Institute of Dionýz Štúr
State Geological Institute provides geological research and exploration at the territory of the Slovak Republic and creation of information system in geology as a component of the nation-wide information system.
Vodohospodárska výstavba, š.p.
Successful operator of a waterworks system in Slovakia. The company's name and running ESA PECS project is associated with one of the largest water management projects in Europe - the Gabčíkovo Waterworks.
The European Space Agency (ESA) is Europe's gateway to space. Its mission is to shape the development of Europe's space capability and ensure that investment in space continues to deliver benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world.
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