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.

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FRIDAY 02 DECEMBER 2022

The islands of the Florida strait  ‣

This panel shows the island of Key West in Florida as acquired by PRISMA in December 2020 MORE...

FRIDAY 18 NOVEMBER 2022

PRISMA images the Grand Canyon ‣

A new picture by the ASI hyperspectral satellite MORE...

FRIDAY 04 NOVEMBER 2022

Major port city in South Korea imaged by PRISMA ‣

This PRISMA acquisition covers the urban area of Busan MORE...

FRIDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 2022

PRISMA for extraction of cover materials in urban areas ‣

Maps focused on Bari MORE...

FRIDAY 09 SEPTEMBER 2022

PRISMA for extraction of Fire Fuel Maps ‣

A new image by PRISMA MORE...