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Aratos Disaster
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Natural Disasters Happen

Natural disasters happen due to natural phenomena (e.g. earthquakes, floods) which have harmful repercussions to human activities.

The lack of planning or the lack of a suitable system for the management of crisis, worsens the human weakness in case of natural disasters and leads to financial, structural and human losses.

Aratos Technologies S.A. has developed a complete disaster management system, Aratos Disaster Control that can be used as an ideal tool for planning, disaster monitoring, and evaluation after crisis. Moreover Aratos Disaster Control can provide near-real time images and data from satellite sources concerning ongoing and past natural disasters (fires, earthquakes, landslides, etc.), various natural phenomena and weather conditions (wind, temperature, etc) changes in an interactive map environment, 24/7.

What does it solve?

Solves the problem of planning, preventing, recovering actions for natural disasters(fires, earthquakes, landslides, etc).

How is it done?

Integrated online system used in Crisis Management Situations that can be used as an ideal tool for planning, disaster monitoring, evaluation after crisis etc.

How is it used?

The registered user can detect in near-real time ongoing and past natural disasters, observe various natural phenomena and weather conditions changes in an interactive map environment, 24*7.

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Technical Overview

Monitoring

Earth Monitoring via satellites and UAVs

GNSS signals

GNSS signals (e.g. for the depiction of location of Civil Protection members, SAR teams, etc)

Processing

Complex processing and interpretation of the acquired data

Alerts

Forwarding real-time (sms, email) alerts to the respective end-users

ADC: System Architecture


The integrated system of ADC is:

Based on Open Architecture

Expandable

Open to new layers updates

Easy to integrate into existent systems

Customizable upon specific needs

Implemented using open source software

Concept & Objectives

Aratos Disaster Control™ allow users to:

Areas of Interest

Monitor the area(s) of interest remotely and across a variety of different parameters

Present & Past data

Assess the environmental and weather status of the area(s) of interest and its variations across time

On time alerts

Receive on time concrete and easy-to-access informative alerts upon upcoming and/or occurring crisis events

Optimize Civil Protection Practices

Optimize Civil Protection Practices by providing innovative technical solutions to cover / support disaster management scenarios

Service Stages

Prevention Stage

  • Area, assets, infrastructure mapping

  • Mapping of risk zones

  • Risk index


Damage Assessment Stage
(Recovery)

  • Digital imagery and damage assessment of affected area
  • Detailed scaled mapping upon needs
  • Damage Evaluation

Our Latest News

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ADC has a brand new interface and engine!

ADC has been updated to perform faster and more reliably using the QGIS engine and Web Map Services (WMS). It also includes the OpenStreetMaps base layer.

October 24, 2018
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“Should I initiate an evacuation and how long do I have to evacuate safely?” 9th National Delta Conference, 01st of November 2018 visit the TRIBUTE session

Aratos Systems as a member of Aratos Group is going to participate to the 9th National Delta Conference on the 1st of November 2018 taking place in the Hagie, HSD Campus in order to present "TRIBUTE".

October 15, 2018
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ADC now includes a new service!

A Greenhouse Effect related index (Downward Surface Longwave Flux) of the Earth's surface as received from Eumetsat satellites. DSLF is directly related to the greenhouse effect and its monitoring has an important role in climate change studies. Other applications include meteorology (land applications) and Hydrology.
Link to pdf

June 21, 2017
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ADC now includes a new service!

Daily updates of Albedo (reflectance or optical brightness) as received from Eumetsat satellites. Surface albedo is defined as the ratio of radiation reflected to the radiation incident on a surface. Link to pdf
Link to pdf

June 5, 2017

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