The MOMIT project aims at developing and demonstrating a new use of remote sensing technologies for railway infrastructures monitoring. MOMIT solutions will mainly aim at supporting the maintenance and prevention processes within the infrastructure management lifecycle.

The overall concept underpinning MOMIT project is the demonstration of the benefits brought by Earth Observation and Remote Sensing to the monitoring of railways networks both in terms of the infrastructure and of the surrounding environment, where activities and phenomena impacting the infrastructure could be present.

MOMIT will leverage on state of the art technologies in the fields of ICT and space-based remote sensing and RPAS-based to perform different kind of analysis thanks to the wide variety of sensors they could be equipped with.

Events like the train derailment near Barcelona in November 20, 2018 (see this news), highlight the importance of the research performed in MOMIT Project on the definition of methodologies and tools to prevent landslides and other hazards.

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Gaultier Gaillard, Krzysztof Zurad, Jose Luis Asensio and Max Ruffo from Terabee (@TeraRanger) has performed, with… https://t.co/paCaaEqumN Fri May 24 16:23:10 +0000 2019

Roberto Tomás from UA (left) and Mario Costantini from e-GEOS (right) at ESA Living Planet Symposium 2019… https://t.co/0b0MSgOe0c Thu May 16 08:46:03 +0000 2019

The #momit paper "A Toolset to Detect and Classify Active Deformation Areas using Interferometric SAR Data" has bee… https://t.co/WosV0TOZOi Wed May 15 09:53:03 +0000 2019