jueves, 21 de enero de 2010
MAPS: Haití, análisis del terremoto, G-MOSAIC PROYECT
19 DE enero de 2010
Damage Assessment for the Haiti Earthquake - Automated Analysis (as of 12 Jan 2010)
Zona de Carrefour.
Análisis del terremoto del día 12.
18 de enero
Los daños del 12 de enero
The G-MOSAIC project has been first activated on January 14th by the United Nations in order to produce geo-spatial products in rush mode to assist relief efforts in Haiti.
Satellite imagery acquired immediately after the disaster were processed by G-MOSAIC rapid mapping partners in rush mode and the first geo-spatial information delivered to users on January 16th.
The G-MOSAIC (GMES services for Management of Operations, Situation Awareness and Intelligence for regional Crises) Collaborative Project will provide the European Union with intelligence data that can be applied to early warning and crisis prevention as well as to crisis management and rapid interventions in hot spots around the world. It aims at identifying and developing products, methodologies and pilot services for the provision of geo-spatial information in support to EU external relations policies and at contributing to define and demonstrate the sustainability of GMES global security services.
The G-MOSAIC project was launched in January 2009, it is a three-year project, with a total budget of 15.3 million euros, of which the European Commission (Directorate Enterprise and Industry) will finance 9.6 million through a grant under the 7th Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development.