Geopraevent launches rockfall radar

Geopraevent launches rockfall radar

Geopraevent’s latest rockfall radar detects even small rockfall events in all-weather conditions as well as darkness and reliably triggers an alarm within seconds. Transportation routes or threatened areas can be automatically closed off in case of rockfall,...

Rockfall radar

Demo-Video: Our new avalanche radar detects avalanche within a large coverage area of approx. 1 km² and up to a distance of 2km independent of visibility conditions. It can even detect people in endangered areas, for example before artificial avalanche release. We are...

GEOPRAEVENT in Georgia

On May 17th, 2014, a large ice avalanche detached from the Devdoraki Glacier on the north side of Mt. Kazbek (5033m), causing a large debris flow of several million cubic meters. The debris flow claimed several lives as it blocked an important road connecting Georgia...

Val Parghera: One year of continous monitoring

Since April 2013,  GEOPRAEVENT is monitoring the landslide Val Parghera for the canton of Grisons. The monitoring system consists of several gauge radars, webcams and a weather station. During June 2013, interferometric radar measurements and laser scans have shown...