GEOmedia 2022-01-15T13:01:19+01:00 Renzo Carlucci Open Journal Systems <p>Rivista italiana di geomatica e geografia intelligente.</p><p><em>GEOmedia</em><span> è la prima rivista italiana di </span>geomatica a carattere scientifico-divulgativo<span>. Da quasi 20 anni pubblica argomenti collegati alle tecnologie dei processi di acquisizione, analisi e interpretazione dei dati, in particolare strumentali, relativi alla superficie terrestre. In questo settore GEOmedia affronta temi culturali e tecnologici per l'operatività degli addetti ai settori dei sistemi informativi geografici e del </span>catasto<span>, della </span>fotogrammetria<span> e cartografia, della geodesia e topografia, del </span>telerilevamento <span>aereo e spaziale, con un approccio tecnico-scientifico e divulgativo.</span></p> Oltre le SDI: quali prospettive 2022-01-15T11:59:16+01:00 Franco Vico <p>The SDI concept was introduced in the early 90s: today is underway, globally, a debate on its future.</p> 2022-01-15T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Rilievo digitale di aree urbane 2022-01-15T12:17:16+01:00 Marco Santoni Flavia Borgioli <p>For some years we have been hearing about “Smart Cities”, and this concept is rapidly evolving towards that of a digital twin that can support the modification, construction and evolution of the city. In order to develope this model we need a computer support suitable for simulation: the “mobile vehicle laserscanner” is today the technology that best suits this type of application, since it allows the survey through spherical photographic sensors and lidar of millions of points per second, resulting among the most suitable means for the massive mapping of the city. With this technology it is possible to<br>acquire geospatial information from the ground at a scale suitable for most of the needs of urban applications at speeds typical of urban traffic, as has been highlighted by the survey carried out by GRS for the Municipality of Rome. GRS is an engineering, geodesy and nondestructive investigation technology company based in Rome, which has been employing laserscanner technology since the dawn of this technology.</p> <p>In the case study examined, the survey was carried out by means of the high-performance and latest-generation Riegl VMQ-1HA mobile laserscanner system, equipped with a Ladybug 5+ camera for the generation of panoramic photos<br>and the coloring of the point cloud.<br>The survey was carried out in 3 characteristic districts of the city of Rome, namely some main streets of Testaccio, Trastevere and EUR and generated a cloud of points with an extension of about 30,000 square meters with a road development of about 1.4 km, for a significant time of about three hours.<br>Once the acquisition is completed, carried out at a speed similar to that of vehicular traffic, the individual clouds acquired by the instrument are processed on a PC, using the instrument's return software, such as Riegl RiPROCESS.<br>In the following we experimented with different ways of returning the cloud, for example through the Orbit 3DM Feature Extraction software, which thanks to its ability to automatically and semi-automatically classification, it recognize the objects of which the point cloud is composed. For this reason it was possible to create a specific database for each category of<br>two- or three-dimensional object.<br>The laser survey and the subsequent stacking of what is physically present is the founding pillar for any development of digital-twin and ultimately of smart city. The integration of the different new generation technologies will help the offices in charge in carrying out the best choices both in terms of safety for the city, and in terms of traffic management and any type of<br>emergency.</p> 2022-01-15T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Integrazione di un sensore Sentera 6X a bordo di un drone Phantom 4. Una sperimentazione in campo archeologico 2022-01-15T12:49:36+01:00 Laura Ebanista Alessandro Maria Jaia Andrea Pompili <p>This paper deals with a research carried out since 2020 by Sapienza - University of Rome that test the analysis of the data acquired by a multispectral camera transported by a UAV and their reading and interpretation in the context of the archaeological diagnostics.<br>As part of the activities, the integration of a Sentera 6X sensor on board a DJI Phantom 4 drone was tested, both from a mechanical and software data management point of view, from the programming, to the acquisition, up to the final processing and extraction of vegetation indices.<br>The SAPR is highly performing as well as very agile use in the specific contexts of research and has returned satisfactory results in the data extraction and processing phase.</p> 2022-01-15T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Sistemi di posizionamento, navigazione e sincronizzazione alternativi ai gnss 2022-01-15T12:54:06+01:00 Marco Lisi <p>Nonostante il pervasivo e fondamentale ruolo dei sistemi globali di navigazione via satellite (“Global Navigation Satellite Systems, GNSSs”) in praticamente tutte le infrastrutture economiche ed industriali della nostra società, cresce la preoccupazione per la troppa dipendenza da sistemi altamente affidabili, ma al contempo anche intrinsecamente vulnerabili.</p> 2022-01-15T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Da IDT e INSPIRE alle DIGITAL TWIN 2022-01-14T11:41:55+01:00 Renzo Carlucci 2022-01-15T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Interviste ad alcuni responsabili di IDT regionali: presente e prospettive 2022-01-15T12:08:40+01:00 Franco Vico <p>GEOmedia interviews Gian Bartolomeo Siletto, geologist, official representative for the Spatial Data Infrastructure (IDT) of Regione Piemonte.</p> <p>Conversation with Umberto Trivelloni, Head of the IDT of the Veneto Region, Delio Brentan, P.M. for the IT part of the IDT, and Andrea Semenzato Analyst GIS Engineering Ingegneria Informatica S.p.A</p> 2022-01-15T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022 L’“Urban Digital Twin”, l’Incertezza e l’Osservazione della Terra: il Programma europeo Copernicus 2022-01-14T12:03:35+01:00 Andrea Taramelli Bernardo De Bernardinis Maria Vittoria Castellani Sergio Farruggia <p>The "digital twins" applied to cities and territories -as well as to their inhabitants- are already a reality and also at our disposal<br>for the future. Therefore, being creators and/or beneficiaries of these artifacts, we all must learn to live with them. In fact, the<br>increasing complexity of our living conditions and of the knowledge and technologies needed and used to deal with it, requires<br>us to consider uncertainty unavoidable. We have to be aware of it and relate to it responsibly, particularly when we make use of<br>the impressive amount of information that Earth Observation programs, such as Copernicus, produce and make available to us.</p> 2022-01-15T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022