COMMUNICATION WITH USERS AND STAKEHOLDERS IN
RESPONSE TO LANDSLIDE HAZARDS WITHIN THE CONTEXT
OF THE LAMPRE PROJECT

SUPER...
PROJECT IN A NUTSHELL
LAndslide Modelling and tools for vulnerability assessment
Preparedness and REcovery management
FP7-...
CONSORTIUM
Research Organizations

End-users

Companies

Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013
RATIONALE
The quality, accuracy and completeness of landslide
maps produced by GMES services are limited.

Little informat...
OBJECTIVES
Improve Civil Protection Authorities
response capacity for landslide
preparedness/mitigation &
recovery/reconst...
ACTIVITIES…
Researching and developing new techniques and
products to dynamically integrate satellite/airborne
imagery

De...
… AND OUTCOMES
1. Advancing scientific knowledge about landslides
caused by different triggers.

2. Establishing standards...
TEST SITES
Highly vulnerable areas in Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Central America

Supersite Coordination Workshop,...
COMMUNICATION WITH USERS
Landslide hazard assessment and management requires
synergies of communication between operationa...
USERS AND NEEDS
Operational Users
 Products, tools and strategies for the
landslides disaster cycle

I. CPAs

II. Organiz...
USERS AND NEEDS
Scientific Users
 Scientific knowledge advancements on
landslide phenomena.

V. Scientists
Other Users
VI...
APPROACH TO COMMUNICATION
Based on five pillars:
1. Operational users need to be made aware
that GMES services:
• have the...
APPROACH TO COMMUNICATION
2. The focus of communication has to shift from
technology to the cost-benefit advantages and
pu...
APPROACH TO COMMUNICATION
3. Users need more facts on specific measures
and incentives for the adoption of GMES
services:
...
APPROACH TO COMMUNICATION
4. Enhance European citizens’ involvement in
innovative user applications such as:
 Citizens ob...
DISSEMINATION STRATEGY
Dissemination
levels

Users

Method/Channels

Events/Timeline

Awareness &
Education

I - VIII

-Br...
DISSEMINATION STRATEGY
Four Dissemination Tasks
9.1 Web-site based activities

9.2 – Scientific publications and
participa...
DISSEMINATION STRATEGY

1

4

Features
1. Self-explanatory navigation
2. Visual
3. Jargon-free language
4. Responsive

3

...
DISSEMINATION STRATEGY
A Stakeholders and Users Group is being created to:
assess user needs;
advise on products & service...
DISSEMINATION STRATEGY
The SUG is provisionally comprised of individuals from (i)
CPAs in Europe, (ii) the Geological Surv...
DISSEMINATION STRATEGY
9.3 - Dissemination activities for the SUG

Two workshops involving the SUG
 at mid-project to eva...
DISSEMINATION STRATEGY
Public outreach and education
 General Public (Citizens) interested in acquiring general
knowledge...
CONTRIBUTION TO SUPERSITES
LAMPRE increases the operational capacity of GMES
services to cope with landslides caused by di...
CONTRIBUTION TO SUPERSITES
Creation of thematic or regional R&D clusters
based on the adoption of LAMPRE products and
othe...
QUESTIONS

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The presentation focuses on the dissemination strategy of the FP7 project LAMPRE - LAndslide Modelling and tools for vulnerability assessment Preparedness and REcovery management.
The project is based on state-of-the-art scientific understanding of landslide phenomena, and their spatial and temporal evolution. This presentation considers how LAMPRE communicates with different users and stakeholders in response to landslide hazards. It outlines how to address communication needs of organizations dealing with the adverse effects of landslides in order to improve their ability 1) to forecast the impact of landslide events; 2) to assess the vulnerability to landslides of properties, infrastructure and population; 3) to implement clear strategies for recovery and reconstruction actions.

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  • LAMPRE stands for LAndslideModelling and tools for vulnerability assessment Preparedness and REcovery management.The project is financed under the FP7-SPACE call 2012.The project covers three phases of the landslide crisis management cycle: prevention, preparedness and recovery.
  • The project has 10 partners in 6 countries (IT, ES, CH, UK, NL, LT). And it is coordinated by the National Research Centre in Italy.These are the partners.
  • The quality, accuracy and completeness of landslide maps produced by GMES services are limitedLittle information is provided to the users on the propensity of a territory to generate landslides, considering different triggers (e.g. rainfall, earthquakes, snowmelt events). In Europe there is a strong need for:high-quality data on landslide vulnerabilityorganized information and tools for modelling and forecasting the impact that landslide events can have on a territoryspecific products and services to support the mitigation, preparedness, recovery and reconstruction phases of the landslide crisis management cycle
  • LAMPRE will achieve its objectives by:Researching and developing new techniques and products to dynamically integrate satellite/airborne imagery;Designing and using intelligent image processing techniques;Modelling landslide-infrastructure interactions using advanced numerical modeling and ground based thematic information;
  • LAMPRE works in five study areas in Italy (Sicily, Umbria and Liguria), Spain (Mallorca), and Switzerland, in addition to Taiwan (in Asia) and Central America.The type and variability of the study areas guarantee that the results obtained will be applicable to different areas of the World.
  • Landslide hazard assessment and management requires synergies of communication between operational and scientific users.Scientist deliver different types of information to operational users, such as:Updated susceptibility, hazard and risk mapsLandslide inventories Long-term monitoring of areas at higher risk Post-event motion and damage assessmentLandslide vulnerability assessment and modelling; forecasting and early warning.
  • Extending the category of users from operational and scientific to Citizens, Geo-Spatial Companies, Non Geo-Spatial Companies
  • The communication approach aof LAMPRE will address the maincommunication problems still existing to promptly response to natural hazards.It is based on the following fiva pillars:
  • FP7-LAMPRE_Supersites Coordination Workshop_ GEO_EC_Brussels-10 jun2013-v.3.6

    1. 1. COMMUNICATION WITH USERS AND STAKEHOLDERS IN RESPONSE TO LANDSLIDE HAZARDS WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF THE LAMPRE PROJECT SUPERSITES COORDINATION WORKSHOP Brussels, 10-11 June 2013 Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013
    2. 2. PROJECT IN A NUTSHELL LAndslide Modelling and tools for vulnerability assessment Preparedness and REcovery management FP7-SPA-2012-1.1-04: Support to emergency response Prevention Preparedness Response Recovery  Started 1 Mar. 2013  Duration: 24 months  Total costs: 2.5 M€  10 partners in 6 countries  Coordinated by CNR (IT) Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 2
    3. 3. CONSORTIUM Research Organizations End-users Companies Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013
    4. 4. RATIONALE The quality, accuracy and completeness of landslide maps produced by GMES services are limited. Little information is provided to users on the propensity of a territory to generate landslides, considering different triggers (e.g. rainfall, earthquakes, snowmelt events). Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 4
    5. 5. OBJECTIVES Improve Civil Protection Authorities response capacity for landslide preparedness/mitigation & recovery/reconstruction through products Improve the ability to detect/map landslides, assess/forecast the impact of landslides on vulnerable elements (built-up areas and transportation networks) Improve the use of satellite imagery to prepare event, seasonal and multi-temporal landslide maps exploiting the ESA sentinel satellites within GMES services. Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 5
    6. 6. ACTIVITIES… Researching and developing new techniques and products to dynamically integrate satellite/airborne imagery Designing and using intelligent image processing techniques Modelling landslide-infrastructure interactions using advanced numerical modeling and ground based thematic information Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 6
    7. 7. … AND OUTCOMES 1. Advancing scientific knowledge about landslides caused by different triggers. 2. Establishing standards and delivering general and site specific flexible geo-processing products for improved:  landslide datasets and related frequency-size statistics  landslide detection and mapping  modelling of landslide susceptibility  assessing vulnerability and impact 3. A blue-print for pre-operational service supporting decision making for the landslide disaster cycle Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 7
    8. 8. TEST SITES Highly vulnerable areas in Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Central America Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 8
    9. 9. COMMUNICATION WITH USERS Landslide hazard assessment and management requires synergies of communication between operational and scientific users. Information needs of operational users are:      Landslide susceptibility maps Landslide inventories Long-term monitoring of areas at higher risk Post-event motion and damage assessment Landslide vulnerability assessment Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 9
    10. 10. USERS AND NEEDS Operational Users  Products, tools and strategies for the landslides disaster cycle I. CPAs II. Organizations that  Similar to CPAs, but focus on managing manage transportation expectations of probabilities of landslides networks intersecting different types of transportation networks. III. Environmental, agricultural and forestry agencies  Similar to CPAs, but focus on mapping and assessing landslide probability, and impact on blocked roads and rivers, including contribution of landslides to sediment changes in the system. IV. Policy and decision  Standards and procedures for landslide makers hazard evaluation Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 10
    11. 11. USERS AND NEEDS Scientific Users  Scientific knowledge advancements on landslide phenomena. V. Scientists Other Users VI. Citizens  Awareness on the basics of landslides events (where, when and to what extent the ground may become unstable) and procedures to follow if a landslide occurs. VII. Geo-Spatial Companies  Products and tools combining and integrating multiple types of data, information and technologies for landslide susceptibility and vulnerability modelling. VIII. Non Geo-Spatial companies  Landslide hazard evaluation and risk reduction in the areas they are operate. Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 11
    12. 12. APPROACH TO COMMUNICATION Based on five pillars: 1. Operational users need to be made aware that GMES services: • have the potential to improve their response capacity to assess landslide hazard and mitigate risk; • can be easily integrated into their operational processes. Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 12
    13. 13. APPROACH TO COMMUNICATION 2. The focus of communication has to shift from technology to the cost-benefit advantages and public benefits of using GMES services:  cost reductions and efficiency gains in risk preparedness, mitigation, recovery and reconstruction activities  new business applications and job creation  reduced loss of life caused by natural hazards Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 13
    14. 14. APPROACH TO COMMUNICATION 3. Users need more facts on specific measures and incentives for the adoption of GMES services:  Collaborative business models and market mechanisms to facilitate market entry for new collaborative services, and to generate economies of scale;  Best practices of cooperation and integration between GMES services;  Best practices of cooperation between CPAs  Funding programs to facilitate collaboration at different levels and products/service take-up Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 14
    15. 15. APPROACH TO COMMUNICATION 4. Enhance European citizens’ involvement in innovative user applications such as:  Citizens observatories based on crowdsourcing which allows voluntary geographic information  Cloud-computing hubs exploiting open data and applications Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 15
    16. 16. DISSEMINATION STRATEGY Dissemination levels Users Method/Channels Events/Timeline Awareness & Education I - VIII -Brochures and leaflets Newsletters/social/video -FAQ and website activities -Presentations -External conferences (m. 1-24) Understanding & Knowledge I - VIII Commitment & Uptake I - IV -Website activities (video) -Forum on website -Publications (papers, posters and presentations) -Deliverables -External conferences (m. 1-24) -LAMPRE events: - SUG Workshops (m.18 m. 23) - Final conference (m.24) Exploitation Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 16
    17. 17. DISSEMINATION STRATEGY Four Dissemination Tasks 9.1 Web-site based activities 9.2 – Scientific publications and participation in conferences 9.3 - Dissemination activities for the Stakeholders and Users Group (SUG) 9.4 – Public outreach and education Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 17
    18. 18. DISSEMINATION STRATEGY 1 4 Features 1. Self-explanatory navigation 2. Visual 3. Jargon-free language 4. Responsive 3 2 Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 18
    19. 19. DISSEMINATION STRATEGY A Stakeholders and Users Group is being created to: assess user needs; advise on products & services specifications during their development; assess procedures & criteria regarding landslide inventory maps and susceptibility models and evaluate their applicability evaluate the economic and technologic sustainability of the prototype service, contribute to deciding on appropriate take-up activities disseminate project results Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 19
    20. 20. DISSEMINATION STRATEGY The SUG is provisionally comprised of individuals from (i) CPAs in Europe, (ii) the Geological Surveys of Italy, India, Israel, Spain and Taiwan, (iii) the Norwegian Geotechnical Institute, (iv) the Taiwan Soil and Water Conservation Bureau (SWCB), (v) the Istituto Italo – Latino Americano (IILA), (vi) the European Space Agency (ESA), (vii) the Italian Space Agency (ASI), and (viii) the Emergency Response Core Services (ERCS). SUG members fall into two groups 1: members with strong technical expertise 2: key stakeholder Several members have already joined the SUG. Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 20
    21. 21. DISSEMINATION STRATEGY 9.3 - Dissemination activities for the SUG Two workshops involving the SUG  at mid-project to evaluate the interim project results and provide feedback on products and services  at the end of the project to provide final recommendations on take-up activities A final conference on LAMPRE cooperation with GMES projects will be organized involving SUG and GEO members etc. Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 21
    22. 22. DISSEMINATION STRATEGY Public outreach and education  General Public (Citizens) interested in acquiring general knowledge about landslide events  High-school and university students interested in acquiring a deeper understanding of landslide phenomena. Outcomes  Brochures using non-scientific language on specific themes (e.g., “what is a landslide event”, “remote sensing of landslides”, “how landslide event inventory maps are prepared”);  Dedicated LAMPRE web pages to basic information available on landslides and FAQ;  Master-classes on landslides. Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 22
    23. 23. CONTRIBUTION TO SUPERSITES LAMPRE increases the operational capacity of GMES services to cope with landslides caused by different triggers.  Floods, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and landslides can occur simultaneously, or one or more of these hazards can trigger one or more .  LAMPRE techniques, products and services can be used by other GMES projects dealing with volcanic and earthquake hazards. Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 23
    24. 24. CONTRIBUTION TO SUPERSITES Creation of thematic or regional R&D clusters based on the adoption of LAMPRE products and other GMES (now Copernicus) downstream services for Emergency Response Management:  New collaborative projects within the Supersites Initiative  LAMPRE data, products and tools as “addons” to Supersites projects LAMPRE website will dedicate a section to clustering and collaboration activities Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 24
    25. 25. QUESTIONS Thank you Supersite Coordination Workshop, Bruxelles, 10-11 June 2013 25

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