Italian-Argentinian satellite system for disaster management

The Italian-Argentinian SIASGE (Italian-Argentinian satellite system for Disaster Management and economic development) is the result of the partnership between the two countries, which have decided to develop a unique in the world, operationally integrated system to manage and prevent major natural and environmental emergencies.

The SIASGE system is made up of the COSMO-SkyMed satellites, which acquire images through a SAR (synthetic apertur radar) sensor in the X-band, and the SAOCOM satellites which, instead, can shoot images with a SAR in the L-band.

The SIASGE system meets the requirements of the civil communities of both countries and of the international community, in the areas of monitoring and management of environmental risks, emergency management, scientific and commercial applications.

‣ News

MONDAY 10 MAY 2021

PRISMA Second Generation (PSG), the survey for the future of Hyperspectral Earth Observation from Space ‣

The Italian Space Agency starts the User Consultation survey for the future of the Italian Hyperspectral Mission MORE...

WEDNESDAY 10 FEBRUARY 2021

COSMO-SkyMed data capture the reawakening of Hawaiʻi’s Kīlauea Volcano ‣

Results from Hawaii Supersite, a CEOS WG Disasters supported initiative MORE...

WEDNESDAY 20 MAY 2020

The Prisma Mission opens to the community ‣

Now that the commissioning phase and the calibration/validation activities have been completed PRISMA is finally ready to open the mission exploitation by the user community. MORE...

THURSDAY 30 APRIL 2020

The Earth’s tides move the continents ‣

Astronomical forces such as solid Earth’s tides play an active role on plate tectonics: this is the results of a research conducted by the Sapienza University of Rome, the Italian Space Agency (ASI) and the Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV). MORE...