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BULGARISK: Integration of satellite imagery in the operational procedures of hazard management in Bulgaria
 

BULGARISK: Integration of satellite imagery in the operational procedures of hazard management in Bulgaria

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Bulgaria is highly exposed to natural and man-made hazards, as evidenced by repeated flooding and pollution in the Danube river basin, earthquakes, fires, and pollution in the Black Sea. ...

Bulgaria is highly exposed to natural and man-made hazards, as evidenced by repeated flooding and pollution in the Danube river basin, earthquakes, fires, and pollution in the Black Sea.

As Europe is working to organize the security and defence of its populations and monitor the environment through the GMES programme, the increasingly frequent disasters that Bulgaria is experiencing, and their human and economic costs, are motivating a concerted drive within the country to improve hazard management. Government decisions, legislation, Bulgaria’s international presence and the allocation of funding to support crisis management and reconstruction are all part of this effort.

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    BULGARISK: Integration of satellite imagery in the operational procedures of hazard management in Bulgaria BULGARISK: Integration of satellite imagery in the operational procedures of hazard management in Bulgaria Presentation Transcript

    • An applicative session on Spot Image and its partners add value to satellite imagery in Risk Bulgarisk : integration of satellite imagery in the operational procedures of risk management in Bulgaria Vassil Vassilev
    • Remote Sensing Application Center - ReSAC Presented by: Vassil Vassilev Remote Sensing Application Center - ReSAC   Bulgarisk : integration of satellite imagery in the operational procedures of risk management in Bulgaria
    • BULGARISK project
      • Study : integration of satellite imagery in the operational procedures of risk management in Bulgaria (~18 months)
      • Objectives of this French-Bulgarian cooperation :
      Remote Sensing Application Center - ReSAC / 12
        • To present how to transform satellite data into useful information for risk management => land management
        • To study if & how geographical information derived from satellite images could be integrated in the operational procedures of risk management in Bulgaria (production, processing, dissemination)
        • To contribute to the terms of reference of a national centre for risk management (floods, forest fires, maritime pollution,…)
    • Bulgarisk Partners Remote Sensing Application Center - ReSAC / 12
      • Project leader
      • Satellite image provider
      • Final report
      • Promotion & communication
      • Technical coordinator
      • Training sessions
      • Development of geo-information products dedicated to risk management (flood, fire, landslide, …)
      • Training session on maritime risk management
      • Development of geo-information products dedicated to risk management (maritime applications)
      • Training session on risk management tools
      • Development of integrated systems dedicated to risk management (Risk Frame)
      • French Civil Protection
      • Remote Sensing Application Center
      • Local project coordinator
      • Training sessions
      • Development of geo-information products using satellite imagery
    • Remote Sensing Application Center - ReSAC / 12
      • State Agency for Information Technologies & Communication
      • Participation & support to the seminars, workshops and training sessions
      • Responsible for GMES, INSPIRE implementation
      • SDI development for Bulgaria
      • Agency for Sustainable Development and Eurointegration
      • Local coordination of the beneficiaries
      • support to the seminars, workshops and training sessions
      Main beneficiaries
      • Additional beneficiaries
      • Aerospace Monitoring Centre and National Civil Protection Service (Ministry of Crisis)
      • Bulgarian Maritime Administration
      • National Fire Safety and Protection of Population Service (Ministry of Interior)
      • National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)
      • State Forestry Agency
      • Council of Minister
      • Institute for Oceanology (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)
      • Insurance company (Bulstrad, Vienna Insurance Group, …)
      • Ministry of State Administration and Administrative Reform
      • National Association of municipalities in the Republic of Bulgaria
      • and some regions and municipalities (Sofia, Rousse, Varna, Smolyan)
    • Remote Sensing Application Center - ReSAC / 12 WP2-1 Kick-Off Meeting Spot Image WP3-1 Investigation DDSC WP4-1 Basics on remote sensing and GIS SERTIT WP4-2 Risk mapping using satellites imagery SERTIT WP2-2 Seminar "State of the art"   SERTIT WP3-2 Report of needs analysis DDSC WP5-3 Promotion and Communication Spot Image WP1-1 Administrative & financial management Spot Image WP1-2 Technical coordination SERTIT WP4-3 Event mapping - rapid mapping SERTIT WP5-1 Preparation & edition of final report Spot Image WP5-2 Validation of final report by Bugarian experts and users Spot Image WP2-3 Study Tour in France Spot Image WP2-4 Workshop "Integration of remote sensing technologies SERTIT WP4-4 Satellite imagery exploitation for the full risk management cycle SERTIT WP4-5 Risk management applications and tools INFOTERRA WP-1 Project management Spot Image WP-2 Seminar & Workshops SERTIT / Spot Image WP-3 Analysis of risk information needs DDSC WP-4 Training SERTIT WP-5 Final Report Spot Image Closed Ongoing WP2-5 Workshop "Final meeting"   Spot Image
      • Kick Off meeting in Sofia (July 2 to 7, 2007)
      • Bulgarian/Romanian FIRE 2007 exercise (Sept. 25, 2007)
      • International Conference in Varna (Sept. 26 & 27, 2007)
      • Seminar « State of the Art » in Sofia (Nov. 27, 2007)
        • Presentation of French & Bulgarian know how on the use of satellite imagery for risk management
      • Needs Analysis (from Nov. 2007 to June 2008)
        • Work in Bulgaria & France
      • Training session in Sofia & Bourgas ( from March to Dec. 2008)
      • Study Tour in France (22 – 26 Sept. 2008)
      • Workshop « Integration of satellite imagery into risk management procedures » ( December 18, 2008)
        • Recommendations from Bulgarian beneficiaries
      Remote Sensing Application Center - ReSAC / 12
      • Case studies and training sessions
        • Training sessions, on the basis of the practical case studies
          • Basics on remote sensing and GIS (March 6&7, 2008): i ntroduction to remote sensing & GIS technologies
          • Basics on risk mapping using satellite imagery (April 23&34, 2008): what kind of information you can obtain from satellite images for risk management
          • Event mapping - rapid mapping (June 18&19 and June 25, 2008): How to generate “damage assessment” maps in very short delay & how to share the information?
          • Satellite imagery exploitation for the full risk management cycle (October 7&8, 2008): how useful can be satellite information for the global risk management cycle (before, during & after) and more generally for a sustainable land planning?
          • Risk management applications and tools (December 16-17, 2008): present a GIS tool dedicated to risk management actors. Several scenarios have been defined and tested with the users.
      Remote Sensing Application Center - ReSAC / 12
      • Prototypes of database over 3 pilot areas in Bulgaria
        • Case studies:
          • Forest Fire : North Stara Zagora and Rila
          • Flood monitoring : Danube, Sofia, Targovishté
          • Maritime pollution : Varna
          • Blast : Sofia
      Remote Sensing Application Center - ReSAC / 12 Zones pilotes Pilote area
      • Promotional tools
        • Logo
        • Project PowerPoint presentation
        • Posters
        • Promotional film
      • Participation to seminars and conferences
        • « International conference on cartography & GIS », 21-24 Jan 2008, Borovets, Bulgaria
        • EURISY 2008 (Local and Regional Risk Management - Integrated Use of Satellite Information and Services), 10-11 March 2008, Sinaia, Romania
        • BALWOIS 2008 (Water Observation and Information System for Decision Support), 27-31 may 2008,Ohrid, Macedonia
        • 2009 Spot Image International Conference (June 10 -11, 2009, Toulouse, France
      Remote Sensing Application Center - ReSAC / 12
      • Communication on the Web
        • Project presentation & news
          • On Spot Image website : http://www.spotimage.fr/web/en/1511-bulgarisk.php
          • On ReSAC website: http://www.resac-bg.org/en/projects.html http://www.resac-bg.org/en/news.html
          • On SAITC website : http://www.daits.government.bg/?t=novina&id=75  - Seminar State of the Art http://www.daits.government.bg/?t=novina&id=139 - Training session # 1
        • Websites speaking about Bulgarisk
          • MediaTerre
          • EoMag  
          • ESA
          • The Sofia Echo.com  
          • Computer World
      Remote Sensing Application Center - ReSAC / 12
    • Remote Sensing Application Center - ReSAC / 12
      • Deliverable #1: Report of needs analysis
        • Final version : Nov 2008 (French & Bulgarian)
      • Deliverable #2: Final report
        • Recommendations for the integration of satellite imagery in the operational procedures of risk management in Bulgaria
          • Based on :
          • Seminar “State of the Art”
          • 5 Training sessions
          • Study Tour in France
          • Report of needs analysis
            • By end of May 2009
        • Validation of the report by Bulgarian experts & users
            • End of August 2009
        • Workshop “Final meeting” (September 2009)
    • Remote Sensing Application Center - ReSAC / 12 Fabienne GRAZZINI [email_address] Claire KOWALEWSKI [email_address] Vincent KERBAOL [email_address] Bernard ALLENBACH [email_address] Florence BAILLARIN [email_address] Ljudmila MILENOVA [email_address]
    • ‘‘ Need the right imagery solutions for your job? Ask for Spot Image.’’ www.spotimage.com