Articles | Volume 41
https://doi.org/10.5194/adgeo-41-83-2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/adgeo-41-83-2016
04 Apr 2016
 | 04 Apr 2016

"SeismoSAT" project results in connecting seismic data centres via satellite

Damiano Pesaresi, Wolfgang Lenhardt, Markus Rauch, Mladen Živčić, Rudolf Steiner, Michele Bertoni, and Heimo Delazer

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Since 2002 OGS in Italy, ZAMG in Austria and ARSO in Slovenia were exchanging seismic data in real time via internet. This was not good for civil defense scopes because internet is not reliable: therefore, in 2012 the Protezione Civile di Bolzano in Italy joined OGS, ZAMG and ARSO in the Interreg IV Italia-Austria "SeismoSAT" project aimed in connecting the seismic data centers in real time via satellite.