Advances in Hazard Monitoring: A LandAware Workshop

News release / May 21, 2024

Excerpt: Last week, LandAware workshop brought together experts and researchers to discuss the latest advancements in monitoring and warning systems for natural hazards.

The session kicked off with an update on the latest activities and progress from The HuT, which focused on enhancing understanding and management of natural hazards through innovative approaches.

Our project partners shared pioneering work on monitoring and modelling floods and landslides, unveiling preliminary results that promise to enhance our understanding of these hazards. They explored the potential implementation of a future multi-hazard early warning system, signaling significant advancements in disaster preparedness and response.

Additionally, insights were provided into operational landslide forecasting, with discussions on methodologies and technologies that improve prediction accuracy on both local and regional scales presenting the case studies for The HuT.

The session concluded with an introduction to innovative IoT technologies for sensing systems, showcasing how these advancements can revolutionize hazard monitoring and management and within the project.

This worksop highlighted the collaborative spirit of the LandAware community and our project, The Hut and its commitment to advancing safety and resilience against natural hazards.

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