DORIS projectDORIS is an advanced downstream service for the detection, mapping, monitoring, and forecasting of ground deformations, including landslides and ground subsidence, at different temporal and spatial scales and in various physiographic and climatic environmental settings. DORIS integrates traditional and innovative Earth Observation (EO) and ground based (non-EO) data and technologies to improve our understanding of the complex phenomena that result in ground deformations, and to foster the ability of Environmental and Civil Protection authorities to manage the risks posed by ground deformations. DORIS delivers innovative products tailored on the needs of national, regional and local Civil Protection Authorities. For the purpose, DORIS integrates state-of-the-art national technological and scientific capabilities. DORIS complies with guidelines provided by the EU Emergency Response Core Services, and benefits from a unique partnership of leading research institutes and commercial providers.

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An eye on Earth-shattering events

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A short paper presenting the story of the FP7 DORIS project coordinated by our group has been published in the Horizon 2020 website, in the Projects Stories section. ... read more

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Interview with Fausto Guzzetti and Hugo Raetzo in Zermatt (CH)

Edited by Einstein science program of Swiss TV channel SF, 25/10/2012.

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20 years of continuous SAR observations benefit landslide studies

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The SBAS-DInSAR technique has been applied to ERS, ENVISAT and Cosmo-Skymed data to analyse and model the Ivancich landslide, Assisi, Central Italy. ... read more

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Presentation to REA - Brussels, 21 November 2013

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Dr Fausto Guzzetti (CNR IRPI) will make a presentation at the REA - Research Executive Agency on “Remote Sensing for Detection, Mapping & Monitoring of Landslides & Ground Deformations”... read more

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REA project developed a novel mapping system for landslide detection - 27 September 2013

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The DORIS consortium presented its project's final results at a meeting in the REA headquarters today... read more

 

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