Tuscany, Italy, known for its landscapes and rich historical heritage, recently bore the brunt of devastating floods, leaving communities in disarray in their wake. These calamitous events have once again underscored the critical need to address the escalating frequency and severity of natural disasters through innovative solutions. A key path forward involves harnessing the formidable power of technology through collaborative efforts between the public and private sectors, alongside research institutions.
As we know, civil protection systems operates to prepare and coordinate interventions aimed to protect the population and the heritage in a risk area. These tasks are carried out both in “peace time”, for example by means of risk forecast activities and during calamity events.