Persistent scatterer SAR interferometry (PSI) for airport runways monitoring

Bianchini Ciampoli, Luca, Gagliardi, Valerio, Tosti, Fabio ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0291-9937, Calvi, Alessandro and Benedetto, Andrea (2020) Persistent scatterer SAR interferometry (PSI) for airport runways monitoring. In: EGU General Assembly 2020, 03 - 08 May 2020, Vienna, Austria. (In Press)

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Abstract

In the last decades, monitoring the regional-scale deformation of international airports has become a priority, in order to ensure the highest operational security and safety standards. Within this context, among the most innovative and suitable techniques for transport infrastructures monitoring purpose, Persistent Scatterer SAR Interferometry (PSI) technology has proven to be an effective technique to investigate ground deformations [1-3]. However, the application of PSI to effectively and continuously monitor settlement in airports is an open challenge. In this study, a long time-series analysis of a high-resolution COSMO-Skymed satellite image-stack, acquired from September 2011 to October 2019, was collected and processed by PSI technique to retrieve the mean deformation velocity and time series of surface deformation of the runways of Leonardo Da Vinci-International Airport. The mean PS velocity information is compared to the ground-based levelling-data, collected on the runway using a total station, in order to validate and increase the feasibility of the monitoring processing. Finally, various Deformation maps using the Natural Neighbor Geostatistical interpolation algorithm [4], were created and demonstrated a maximum subsidence rate is up to 15.3 mm/yr during the investigated period. The results confirmed the well-known major down-lifting phenomenon over an area, which has undergone routine maintenance. Results have demonstrated the viability of integrating InSAR and topographical in-situ survey methods, paving the way to future implementations in prioritizing maintenance activities and helping for decision-making to have a comprehensive and inclusive information data system for the investigation of survey sites. The research is supported by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research under the National Project “Extended resilience analysis of transport networks (EXTRA TN): Towards a simultaneously space, aerial and ground sensed infrastructure for risks prevention”, PRIN 2017, Prot. 20179BP4SM

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Identifier: 10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-8699
Uncontrolled Keywords: Persistent Scatterer SAR Interferometry (PSI); Airport Runways Monitoring
Subjects: Construction and engineering > Civil and environmental engineering
Construction and engineering > Digital signal processing
Construction and engineering > Electrical and electronic engineering
Construction and engineering > Civil and structural engineering
Construction and engineering
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Depositing User: Livia Lantini
Date Deposited: 10 Feb 2020 18:01
Last Modified: 24 Jun 2020 13:48
URI: http://repository.uwl.ac.uk/id/eprint/6747

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