Remote sensing is one of the most growing approaches to environmental and geological studies.

Almost every process, feature or, commonly “ground truth”, can be seen from the far range, and thus offer the opportunity to be investigated trough such a quite inexpensive and time-saving approach.

We apply these methods to the investigation of geological and environmental processes  such as earthquakes, plant and vegetation recognition and classification.

Recent important advances in active remote sensing (i.e. the launching of the Sentinel-1 mission) , have offered the opportunity to better investigate ground deformation induced by many geological processes such as: coseismic movements, landslides, subsidence etc.