The Interreg Project AMALPI 18 promotes an innovative fruition and access strategy of Bregaglia-Valchiavenna-Moesa-Ticino through a geo-cultural and cross-border path whose core is the new Cross-border Center Grandi Frane Alpine della Valchiavenna.

The workgroup is currently engaged in elaborating and correcting the data from the laser scanner survey. The aim is to produce digital 3D models of the terrain useful for reconstructing and studying the effects caused by landslide events. The focus area is Piuro city, considering both the built zone and the territory extended on the north and south sides of the mountains.

The elaborations produced a point cloud data format of the terrain surface, which was processed through GIS software that permits the obtaining of its 3D model. The latter is the “basis” on which it will be possible to georeference the data coming from the other analyses in progress and all the information needed for understanding the historic landslide of 1618.

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