2021.01.14Landslide Monitoring Project with Precise GNSS Positioning by Prof. Kitani
Prof. Tomoya Kitani and his student, Takuma Usami are dedicating to develop a landslide monitoring system with precise GNSS positioning in Tenryu, Hamamatsu.
The current progress of the project appears in Shizuoka Shimbun on Jan. 12.
Prof. Kitani's laboratory has built a precise positioning environment in Hamamatsu city with broadcasting a GNSS correction data from Shizuoka University since 2017.
With the precise positioning with GNSS, they try to catch predictive information of a landslide and new knowledge about the mechanism of the landslide from the measured data in a broad area.
This project is supported by the Division of Digital-Smart-City, Hamamatsu City Office as a part of Hamamatsu ORI Project.
Link: "Catch predictive information of landslide with GNSS. Measuring it in Tenryu, Hamamatsu by Shizuoka University and Hamamatsu City", Shizuoka Shimbun, Jan. 12, 2021 (in Japanese)