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Authors: Pignone, M.*
Moschillo, R.*
Avallone, A.*
Cecere, G.*
D'Ambrosio, C.*
Zarrilli, L.*
Title: Il sistema informativo territoriale della Rete Integrata Nazionale GPS (RING)
Title of journal: Rendiconti online Soc. Geol. It., Vol.
Series/Report no.: / 8 (2009)
Publisher: Società Geologica Italiana
Issue Date: 2009
Keywords: GIS, geodatabase, GPS, RING
Abstract: Since 2004, an important technological infrastructure has been created in Italy by INGV in order to investigate active tectonics targets. A Continuous GPS network constituted by about 130 stations has been deployed all over Italy. The development and the realization of a stable GPS monumentation, the integration with other classical seismological instruments and the choice of both satellite and internet data transmission make this network one of the most innovative and reliable CGPS networks in the world. The development of the CGPS network has been accompanied by a technologically advanced development of all the aspects related to the data acquisition and the data information mining: a database and a SIT. Based on the recent techniques of Knowledge Management, the database has been developed to manage the data and the data information of all the sites of the RING network, thus allowing us to centralize information in a single common data bank and to create an unique service of access point to the data from different remote sites by internet connections. The SIT has been developed to be fully integrated with the Knowledge Management technology and it is aimed to synthesize and to display in a geographic interface the information of the RING sites. This work has been integrated with all other spatial data, such as topographic and geo-thematic maps, geological, seismological and seismo-tectonic databases. In this work, the technological aspects of the SIT of the RING network will be detailed and some examples of thematic maps will be shown.
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