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Authors: Montuori, Antonio* 
Costanzo, Antonio* 
Gaudiosi, Iolanda* 
Vecchio, Antonio* 
Pannaccione Apa, Maria Ilaria* 
Gervasi, Anna* 
Falcone, Sergio* 
La Piana, Carmelo* 
Minasi, Mario* 
Stramondo, Salvatore* 
Buongiorno, Maria Fabrizia* 
Doumaz, Fawzi* 
Musacchio, Massimo* 
Casula, Giuseppe* 
Caserta, Arrigo* 
Speranza, Fabio* 
Bianchi, Maria Giovanna* 
Guerra, Ignazio* 
Porco, Giacinto* 
Compagnone, Letizia* 
Cuomo, Massimo* 
De Marco, Michele* 
Title: The MASSIMO system for the safeguarding of historic buildings in a seismic area: operationally-oriented platforms
Issue Date: 14-Jun-2016
Series/Report no.: 1/49 (2016)
DOI: 10.5721/EuJRS20164922
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2122/10929
Keywords: Cultural Heritage
Seismic Monitoring
Multi Disciplinary Approach
GIS
3D Software
Subject Classification04.06. Seismology 
Remote Sensing
Abstract: In this paper, the non-invasive system MASSIMO is presented for the monitoring and the seismic vulnerability mitigation of the cultural heritage. It integrates ground-based, airborne and spaceborne remote sensing tools with geophysical and in situ surveys to provide the multi-spatial (regional, urban and building scales) and multi-temporal (long-term, short-term, near-real-time and real-time scales) monitoring of test areas and buildings. The measurements are integrated through web-based GIS and 3D visual platforms to support decision-making stakeholders involved in urban planning and structural requalification. An application of this system is presented over the Calabria region for the town of Cosenza and a test historical complex.
Description: Building multi disciplinary monitoring system
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