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Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
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Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013
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Riskbox - CPEXPO 2013

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  • 1. Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk The project RiskBox Monia Elisa Molinari1 , Roberto Marzocchi2 , Massimiliano Cannata1 1 IST-SUPSI, Institute of Earth Sciences, Canobbio (Switzerland) s.r.l. Gter Innovation in Geomatics, Gnss and Gis, Genova (Italy) 2 Gter Genoa, 30 October 2013
  • 2. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives Summary 1 Introduction Natural Hazards and Risks GIS and risk assessment Key components of a risk management system 2 The RiskBox project Objectives The project GIS tools Web Processing Service ProtecMe Education 3 Conclusions and perspectives Contacts 1 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 3. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives Disasters Natural disasters are impacting upon mankind with relentless frequency and intensity and have taken a heavy toll in recent years. 2 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 4. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives Mitigation Risk assessment analysis allows the development of natural hazard mitigation planning. Hazard Mitigation planning is the process of developing a set of actions designed to reduce or eliminate long-term risk to people and property from hazards and their effects. Those plans if actuated allow to reduce: economic losses, killing and injuring, historical and architectural heritage damages. 3 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 5. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives Risk analysis and GIS R =H ∗V ∗E Hazard : Where, how often and with what intensity do events occur? Vulnerability : What is the extent of damage at a given event intensity? Exposure : Where the elements at risk are located and what is their value? Most of the questions have strong geospatial component. 4 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 6. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives Risk analysis and Geoinformation domains DATA: updated information collection, storing and serving ANALYSIS: hazards modelling and risk assessment OPERATIONAL: information access and decisions 5 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 7. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives Key components for Data domain Objective Interoperability for data integration and serving Method Application of OGC Standard Services (WMS,WCS,WFS,SOS, etc) Motivations They are widely used and many tools implement them. Geospatial data models accessibility to support risk management 6 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 8. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives Key components for Analysis domain Objective Models integration and serving Method Development of GIS modules and serving trough WPS GIS embedded tool, procedures and numerical models 7 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 9. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives Key components for Operational domain Objective Distribute information to operational agencies Method Development user friendly Web interfaces for data visualization and analysis (OpenLayers, GeoExt, LefletJS, etc.) Motivations Web is worldwide available and offer the necessary real-time communication GUI developed in web environment to provide user friendly access to the GIS modules and geographical data 8 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 10. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives RiskBox Geoinformation Technology for Natural Disaster Management and Sustainable Development. Developing a Risk Management System 9 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 11. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives RiskBox RiskBox is a project which includes: 1 tool, open source procedures and numerical models fully GIS integrated in the GRASS GIS open source software; 2 graphical user interface (GUI) developed in desktop / Web environment to provide user friendly access to the GIS modules and geographical data; 3 geospatial data models, to store and share information on hazard areas and protection works; education to enrich knowledge and personal skills in risk management, and risk resilience. 4 10 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 12. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives GRASS-GIS GRASS (Geographic Resources Analysis Support System) is a a high-quality free open source geospatial software that supports raster and vector data in two and three dimensions. The integration of new functions and model can be easily conducted using its highly advanced geographic libraries, as shown by the following models alreay implemented in GRASS. rock falls (r.rockcone) flooding (r.inund.fluv, r.damflood r.hazard.flood, etc.) landslide / debris-flow (r.dfwalk, r.debrisflow, r.massmov, r.lhm) avalanches (r.avalanche) tsunami (r.tsunami,r.impact.tsunami) fire (r.ros/r.spread/r.spreadpath) etc. 11 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 13. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives r.rockcone r.rockcone implement a quick and low-cost determination of areas endangered by rockfalls following an heuristic approach: a block starting from a source will travel down the slope and stop at the intersection point of the topography with a so called energy line drawn from the source point and making an angle ϕ with horizontal. 12 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 14. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives r.inund.fluv We developed r.inund.fluv, a new GIS command that allows to use the result of a 1D hydrodinamic model (HEC-RAS, Basement, MIKE11, etc) to evaluate 2D flood maps. 13 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 15. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives r.damflood r.damflood is rather a 2D GIS embedded numerical model which evaluate flooding map in case of dam break. 14 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 16. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives r.dfwalk r.dfwalk is command which implement dfwalk, a conceptual model for the calculation of the area involved by debris flow, modified to be used as a tool for risk assessment at the municipality level. 15 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 17. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives r.massmov r.massmov is an open-source model for simulating fast landslide phenomena over complex topographies. It has been developed to meet the expectation of innovative early warning systems modeling services. 16 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 18. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives r.lhm r.lhm is a command to obtain landslide susceptibility maps 17 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 19. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives r.tsunami r.tsunami is a hydraulic model for inundation estimation 18 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 20. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives r.impact.tsunami r.impact.tsunami is landslide-generated tsunami model capable of simulating: wave generation due to impact wave propagation towards the basin wave runup and flooding 19 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 21. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives Web Processing Service The Web Processing Service (WPS) is the standard used to analyse spatial data from the web. GIS model and tools can be served on the web by using this standard. Real-time analysis can be performed changing the input data. 20 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 22. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives Web Processing Service Two are the main advantages of the web processing services: Interoperability: software applications written in various programming languages and running on various platforms can use web services to exchange data over Internet. Usability: web services easily allow software and services from different companies and locations to be combined easily to provide an integrated service. 21 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 23. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives ProtectMe With the purpose to improve the management of risk reduction initiatives, the Swiss Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN) launched the ProtectMe project, an initiative of the Swiss Confederation to standardize and capture data related to natural hazard control/mitigation infrastructure. 22 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 24. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives ProtectMe ProtectMe is a complete system for the catalogue, management and visualization of protection work. 23 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 25. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives Education University of Applied Science of Southern Switzerland and Gter , a spin-off company of the University of Genoa (Italy), are also cooperating with their tasks in organize professional course about risk management. Two examples are: RiskLab bachelor course (SUPSI); continuity education program of SUPSI and Gter, which are specifically performed on Open Source geospatial tools. 24 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 26. Introduction The RiskBox project Conclusions and perspectives Conclusions and perspectives RiskBox is a project developed from common research interests between IST-SUPSI and Gter, next steps are: RiskBox web-site development; tool for end users (institutions, citizens, etc); looking for new research funding opportunities; etc. 25 / 25 Geomatics for management and mitigation of risk
  • 27. Thanks for the attention Campus Trevano CH-6952 Canobbio monia.molinari@supsi.ch Via Greto di Cornigliano 6r 16152 Genova roberto.marzocchi@gter.it massimiliano.cannata@supsi.ch Geomatic division www.gter.it Quest’ opera ` distribuita con licenza Creative Commons Attribuzione - Condividi allo stesso modo 3.0 Unported. e

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