4 October 2017 Multitemporal synthetic aperture radar for bridges monitoring
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The present work is devoted to analyze the potentiality of satellite-based techniques for structural monitoring of bridges. Specifically, the well-known case study of the cable stayed bridge across the river Garigliano and Ausente stream is presented. The available “in situ” data have been compared and integrated with satellite-based measurements (ERS, ENVISAT satellites) for the common monitoring period (1993-2004); thus, the temporal observation window has been extended until 2010 (ENVISAT satellite). DInSAR represents a consolidated tool for deformation monitoring and its application on man-made structures and infrastructures can make easier the detection of potential problems with a consequent improvement of risks management.
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Serena Tessitore, Serena Tessitore, Diego Di Martire, Diego Di Martire, Domenico Calcaterra, Domenico Calcaterra, Donato Infante, Donato Infante, Massimo Ramondini, Massimo Ramondini, Gianpiero Russo, Gianpiero Russo, } "Multitemporal synthetic aperture radar for bridges monitoring", Proc. SPIE 10431, Remote Sensing Technologies and Applications in Urban Environments II, 104310C (4 October 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2278459; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2278459
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