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Cloud monitoring : an innovative approach for the prevention of landslide risks

Abstract : Early warning systems (EWS) applied to geohazards and landslides should rely increasingly on cutting edge multi-parameter monitoring systems. These aim to provide both the best insight in the physics and then reach the best time delay required by decision makers. In addition, monitoring geohazard on the long term is becoming an increasingly multi-stakeholder process, involving various interacting actors with different roles. Seamless access to dataset, easy-to-read advanced results and technical information of interest to be shared between numerous actors is becoming all the more important. Then, in the same manner as in the computing field, cloud monitoring technologies and solutions may pace rapidly the next generation of monitoring services. The paper intends to give a brief overview of this prospect, focusing on recent information technology breakthroughs and considerations on the cost benefit of such a network centric approach. The e.cenaris cloud monitoring data center developed by INERIS, France, is evocated along with further linked prospects related to the research undertaken by the authors.
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  • HAL Id : ineris-00969464, version 1
  • INERIS : EN-2013-361


Pascal Bigarre, Thierry Verdel, Emmanuelle Klein, Yves Gueniffey. Cloud monitoring : an innovative approach for the prevention of landslide risks. MARGOTTINI, Claudio ; CANOTI, Paolo ; SASSA, Kyoji. Landslide Science and Practice. Volume 2 : Early Warning, Instrumentation and Monitoring, Springer. Berlin, pp.665-670, 2013. ⟨ineris-00969464⟩



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