Terrestrial SAR Interferometry is an innovative technique (based on the same principles of Satellite SAR Interferometry) for the displacement monitoring. NHAZCA experts have a several years experience in the monitoring of landslides, rock scarps, volcanoes, historical buildings and engineering structures by TInSAR. This technique allows to automatically and continuously collect 2D maps of displacements of the investigated area, hence it can be used for real time early warning monitoring. Maps are collected by a completely remote approach (without the installation of targets or sensors in the investigated area). NHAZCA experts have a large experience in the design, installation and monitoring by TInSAR as well as in the data processing and interpretation. NHAZCA uses IBIS-L and IBIS-S sensors which can be used for both static and dynamic displacement monitoring.
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