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COPERNICUS EMS Awareness & Demonstration Athens, 12-14 May 2014 EMERGENCY SERVICES This initiative is implemented by the “GIO Lot2 User Uptake” Project.

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2 COPERNICUS EMS Awareness & Demonstration Athens, May 2014 EMERGENCY SERVICES This initiative is implemented by the “GIO Lot2 User Uptake” Project founded by the European Commission

3 After heavy rain, rivers were overflowing. The Severn River was of particular concern. Gloucestershire received almost a whole month's rain in two days. November 26th, :30 UTC

4 Local Civil Protection authorities ask for satellite based support to the UK Cabinet Office… November 29th, :05 UTC 3 days after ERCC …that activates GIO Emergency Service soon after receiving the request.

5 November 29th, :01 UTC 1 hour later Satellite Data are required to ESA and the Procurement and Production Plan is quickly provided to the User… EMSR_022 Floods in UK CategoryArc/NewSatelliteSensor/BeamStart SensingStatusReception date# of scenes VHR2ArcSPOT5Pansharpened06/03/2012Ordered 1 VHR2NewCOSMO-SkyMedHimage27/11/2012Ordered 1 VHR2NewCOSMO-SkyMedHimage28/11/2012Ordered 1

6 November 30th, :26 UTC Delivery of the the first post flood image (COSMO- SkyMed 27/11/2012), available for flood analysis Radar images are not of immediate understanding, need interpretation… …but GIO Emergency Provider has the skills to extract information… …and put it in a user friendly fashion: a MAP combining reference data with crisis information. 8 hours later

7 In the same day arrived another post flood image (COSMO-SkyMed 28/11/2012), that was used to monitor the most critical areas …and a second information on current flood extent was provided to the User. November 30th, :30 UTC Some minutes later

8 Copernicus EMS Service Overview RUSH Service High level of urgency Active 24/7 Mapping Validation NON RUSH Service Low level of urgency

9 GIO EMS stakeholders DG JRC Technical supervision of operations and Contract management DG JRC Technical supervision of operations and Contract management DG ECHO 24/7 Emergency Response Coordination Centre (ERCC) accepts / denies requests for activation DG ECHO 24/7 Emergency Response Coordination Centre (ERCC) accepts / denies requests for activation ESA EO data via a delegated act from the Commission (GSC- DA Program) ESA EO data via a delegated act from the Commission (GSC- DA Program) Authorised Users : National Focal Points, they can submit a request for activation to the ERCC Authorised Users : National Focal Points, they can submit a request for activation to the ERCC DG Enterprise Copernicus Unit Overall program coordination and political steer DG Enterprise Copernicus Unit Overall program coordination and political steer

10 The service can be activated in… Floods Earthquakes Fires Severe Storms Tsunamis Technological disasters Humanitarian crises GIO EMS service The generation of cartographic products (maps) are based on the use of remote sensing data: Optical Images SAR images

11 RUSH mode products MAP TYPECONTENTDELIV. TIME REFERENCE Status of the territory and assets prior to the crisis. Max 3/6h(*) DELINEATION Assessment of the event impact and extent Max 24h(*) GRADING Assessment of the damage grade and its spatial distribution Max 24h(*) Since April 2013 First Available Map (3h for Flood and Fires, 8h in all other cases) Post event, 1 map, 1 format, not quality checked (*) Time after satellite data reception and quality acceptance. Target delivery time from activation: 6h (reference), 24h (delineation, grading).

12 Non-Rush mode products MAP TYPECONTENTDELIV. TIME REFERENCE Detailed status of the territory and assets in disaster risk reduction context 30d (*) PRE DISASTER Relevant information that can help planning for contingencies on areas vulnerable to hazard 30d(*) POST DISASTER Relevant thematic information beyond the immediate response phase 30d(*) The portfolio is not standardized as in RUSH Mode but the service can provide tailored products designed to satisfy various specific user needs Calendar days after signature of a contract, which may require normally 30 days after the service request

13 GIO EMS RUSH – Product Portfolio Requests from users are classified in the following types: Type 1: Reference Type 2: Reference + Delineation Type 3: Reference + Delineation + Grading Each map type has to be provided at two different scales: Delineation Grading Overview 1: : : : : Detail 1:5000 1: : : : Reference

14 GIO EMS Non RUSH – Product Portfolio Technical Specification: Overview maps Scale 1: – 1: Area approx. 200 – km 2 Detail maps Scale 1:5.000 – 1: Area approx. 10 – 200 km 2 Product types: Reference Maps Pre-disaster Situation Maps Post-disaster Situation Maps Reference Maps Reference Pre-Disaster Reference Post-Disaster RISK evaluation

15 How it works: decision scheme

16 The Operational Workflow

17 Editable pdf version to be sent as an attachment to ERC at: The SRF Compilation and delivery is followed up with a phone alert to ERC: Service Request Completion AU’s trigger the service by compiling a Service Request Form

18 How the Service Works: A Typical Timeline Event date Triggering by authorized users Satellite programming Image acquisition Map production Products Delivery to AU/ASCU T0 EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS Courtesy of JRC T1 = T0 + 1 day T2 = T1 + 1 day T3 = T2 + 3/8 hours Factors affecting service timeliness: User triggering delay Satellite image availability latency Weather conditions, when optical images are needed

19 Activation timeline: EMSR004.Earthquake in Italy Day :00 UTC Aerial survey 10:00 UTC GIO ACTIVATION 26 02:00 UTC First grading maps provided over 14 AOIs 06:30 UTC Updated grading maps provided over 14 AOIs :30 UTC First reference maps available 11:00 UTC WV-2 acquisition (cloudy) 10:50 UTC WV-2 acquisition (cloudy) 18:50 UTC Aerial data available 05:40 UTC Second earthquake! May :10 UTC Earthquake! 11:00 UTC WV-2 acquisition (cloud free) Output products Input data

20 Day 97 Input data 12 Output products July UTC Flood in Sweeden 12:56 UTC GIO Activation 08:00 UTC REF+ DEL map 3 rd AOI delivered :13 UTC AU Aerial data for REF maps 16:47 UTC Satellite data request to ESA 13:20 UTC REF+DEL map 2 AOIs delivered First available map: 3,5 days after the event 2 day after service activation First available map: 3,5 days after the event 2 day after service activation :37 UTC Satellite data availability 16:47 UTC Monitoring Request Activation timeline: EMSR009.Flood in Sweeden

21 Activation timeline: EMSR045.Flood in Czech Rep. Day 53 Input data 7 Output products June :00 UTC Flood in Czech Republic 13:50 UTC GIO Activation 03:27 UTC 1^ DEL map delivered 46 13:34 UTC AU WMS for REF maps 16:09 UTC Satellite data request to ESA 18:29 UTC 1^ REF map delivered First available map: 3,5 days after the event 1 day and few hours after service activation First available map: 3,5 days after the event 1 day and few hours after service activation 18:18 UTC CSK proactive acquisition

22 Activation Timeline: EMSR.046.Flood in Hungary Day 54 Input data 7 Output products June :25 UTC 1^ DEL map delivered 13:58 UTC AU WMS for REF maps 04:59 UTC Radarsat-2 acquisition 09:49 UTC Radarsat-2 acceptance 19:10 UTC Satellite data request to ESA 13:00 UTC Flood in Hungary UTC GIO Activation 05:21 UTC 1^ REF map delivered First available map: 2,5 days after the event 1 day and few hours after service activation First available map: 2,5 days after the event 1 day and few hours after service activation

23 15:15 UTC MONIT0R 1 1^ DEL map and 1^ GRAD map delivered 13:08 UTC Satellite data request to ESA Activation Timeline: EMSR050.Fire in Portugal Day 9 Input data 12 Output products 12:47 UTC Fire in Portugal 12:34 UTC GIO Activation 21:35 UTC 1^ REF map delivered 11 11:13 UTC GeoEye acquisition 18:22 UTC AU WMS for REF maps 14:11 UTC GeoEye delivery 16:16 UTC 1^ DEL map and 1^ GRAD map delivered 10 July :12 UTC Deimos&WV2 acquisition 12:14 UTC Deimos&WV2 delivery 13 First available map: 2,5 days after the event 1,5 days after service activation First available map: 2,5 days after the event 1,5 days after service activation

24 GIO RUSH Activations TOT. CTIVATIONS (April 2012 – April 2014) 85 Event type FLOOD 44% FIRE 12% WINDSTORM9% EARTHQUAKE 3% INDUSTRIAL 4% OTHER 28% TRIGGERING ENTITIES MS Civil70% MIC27% JRC3%

25 GIO RUSH Activations Inside Europe Outside Europe COUNTRIES [EC] N. Of Activ. Event Type Poland 2 EURO-2012 Hungary 2 Fire, Flood Italy 10 Earthquake, Fire, Landslide,Flood Bulgaria 2 Earthquake, Ind.accident Spain 4 Fire, Flood Sweden 2 Flood Portugal 4 Fire, Flood Romania 2 Fire, Flood Slovenia 3 Flood United Kingdom 3 Flood, Fire, Croatia 2 Flood Serbia 1 Netherland 2 Coronation, Fires Germany 2 Flood Czech Rep. 1 Flood France 3 Flood Luxemburg3Landslides,Flood, Ind.accident Ireland1Windstorm COUNTRIES (Not EC) NUMBER OF ACTIVATIONS EVENT TYPE Myanmar3Refugees camp Jordan6Refugees camp Turkey1Refugees camp Lebanon1Refugees camp Congo1Refugees camp Syria3Refugees camp Philippines2Flood, Typhon Niger1Flood Cameroon1Flood Madagascar1Industrial accident India3 River bed detection, Flood, tropical storm Bangladesh1Tropical Cyclone Mozambique1Flood Cambodia2Flood Somalia1Tropycal Storm Central African Republic 1Conflict Guinea1Ebola epidemic

26 GIO NON RUSH Activations NumberTITLEUSERSCountryDisaster type EMSN-001Forest Fire impact on Chios island, Greece Greek emergency Planning and Response Service (Min.Civil Prot.) GreeceFIRE Damage Estimation EMSN-002 Population Density estimates and Land use database for Nyala (Sudan) International Comity of Red Cross Genève (Switzerland) DARFUR (Sudan) estimation of needs for urban water network EMSN-002 Part B Population Density estimates and Land use database for Al Geneina and El Daein (Sudan) International Comity of Red Cross Genève (Switzerland) DARFUR (Sudan) estimation of needs for urban water network EMSN-003 Monitoring of Ground deformation El Hierro (Canary island) Spanish Ministry of Interior, centro de Coordination Operativa (CECOP) Canary islands (Spain) Volcanic and Seismic crisis : Interferometry for Ground deformation EMSN-004TRIPLEX 2013 EU CP Exercise German Federal Agency for Technical Relief (THW) Intern. Div. Germany - Denmark Exercise TRIPLEX (hurricane, flood,..) EMSN-005TURANIS EU CP ExerciseFederal Ministry of the InteriorAustriaFlood EMSN-006RESART 2013 CP Exercise Ministry Interior of Czech Republic (General Directorate of the Fire Rescue Service) Czech Republic Exercise RESTART (black- out, windstorm) EMSN-008TWIST 2013 EU CP Exercise Italian Presidency of the Council of Ministries, DPC Italy Exercise TWIST (Landslide and tsunami) EMSN-010 Forest fire damage assessment Planning and Recovery Serra de Caramulo ANPC - Autoridade Nacional de Proteccao Civil Portugal Fires - damage estimation of series of 8 fires EMSN-011 Forest degradation mapping in Kenya DG ECHO - Echo-field office in Kenya KENYA environmental degradation around Dadaab refugee camps EMSN-012 Preparedness, Disaster Risk assessment and reduction in: Kathmandu/Bhaktapur, Dhanusa,Siraha and Mahottari DG ECHO - DG JRCNEPAL Preparedness Risk assement/reduction on sismical zones

27 Operational Functional Contacts The GIO EMS TEAM on duty operator Mail: WEB: Phone: The ECHO duty officers Mail: Phone: The Geospatial Emergency Management TEAM RUSH Mail: Non RUSH Mail: After the ECHO-ERCC activation receipt and authorization RUSH mode


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