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SPACE EMERGENCY SYSTEM – cross-border system for prediction of natural disasters incidents on basis of exploitation of satellite technologies in Hungary, Slovakia, Romania and Ukraine. (HUSKROUA/1101/252)
Date du début: 31 déc. 2012, Date de fin: 30 oct. 2015 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The overall objective of the project is the establishment of a real time monitoring and warning system to reduce risks and damages of natural disasters on population, resources and environment in the study area by means of exploitation of satellite technologies. The specific project objectives are the following: a) construction of a real-time atmosphere monitoring and natural disaster warning system covering the project area and its wider environment; b) creation of specialist groups for collection and processing of relevant data about the state of the atmosphere for prediction of natural disasters; c) informing target groups and final beneficiaries about natural disasters incidents and related environmental problems. The project participants will closely cooperate with the national organisations of meteorologists and disaster recovery groups in order to optimally implement and fully exploit the results of the project. Expected Results: Estimated results: 1. A real-time monitoring and emergency system for prediction of natural disasters in the cross-border area of Hungary, Slovakia, Romania and Ukraine will be created and operated. 2. Timely prediction of occurrence, size, direction and velocity of propagation of dangerous atmospheric phenomena causing natural disasters incidents (floods, mudslides, landslides, mudflows, avalanches in mountains, etc.) will be performed. 3. Authorities and professional associations will be operatively informed about occurrence of natural disasters. 4. Risk of damages to population and target groups will be reduced, and the quality of environmental protection will be enhanced in the project area.



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