NEWS

17/05/2022

Back in presence. The 8th International Course on Geotechnical and Structural Monitoring is looking forward to meet you in Rome, June 14-18, 2022

On Tuesday 24 May at 12:30 AM (GMT +2 – Italy Time) the webinar “Back in presence. The 8th International Course on Geotechnical and Structural Monitoring is looking forward to meeting you in Rome, June 14-18, 2022”

15/04/2022

Webinar: “Energy and Transportation Assets Monitoring: an expanding and challenging market”

Promoted by the ICGSM, the webinar will discuss the growing demand for energy and transportation assets monitoring that is expanding around the world with the aim of reducing risks associated with construction and maintenance

16/03/2022

Technical visit and presentation of geotechnical and geomorphological monitoring activities at the Valfabbrica site

Friday 18th March will be held a technical visit by the Italian Tunnelling Society at the construction site for the “State Road 318 Valfabbrica” (Perugia-Ancona) between Valfabbrica and Casacastalda, in the province of Perugia

23/02/2022

NHAZCA and AIPO – Training on Remote Sensing and IRIS software to a public body

NHAZCA has recently started an important collaboration with the Agenzia Interregionale del Po (AIPO) to train its technicians on the most advanced techniques based on Earth Observation data

11/02/2022

Satellite monitoring of the bell towers in the historic centre of venice

Among its various activities for the safeguard of the collective architectural and cultural heritage of the national territory, NHAZCA has taken charge of an important project of satellite monitoring of the Bell Towers of Venice under the concession of MIBACT – Archaeology, Fine Arts and Landscape Superintendence for the Municipality of Venice and the Lagoon

25/01/2022

Promoting the integrated use of satellite and drone data for environmental monitoring: the new challenge for NHAZCA in Lazio Innova’s Living Lab project

Another interesting opportunity for NHAZCA to make available to the community the results of its many years of experience in the field of remote sensing applied to the control and management of the territory