On 22 March 2020 a 5.3 magnitude earthquake hit Zagreb, Croatia, with an epicenter 2 kilometres southwest of Kašina and 7 kilometres north of Zagreb city centre. Datel offered Croatia assistance in identifying post-earthquake damage and risk assessment.
Infrastructure monitoring servise based on satellite data, Sille analyze ,enables to detect building and infrastructure deformation using remote sensing satellites to find damaged and hazardous objects, that could be dangerous. Before the earthquake the system can detect building and infrastructures that are structurally deficient, thus have a great probability to collapse or fracture. After the earthquake, the system can detect buildings and infrastructure that was damaged the most, and the rescue crew can focus their attention first to the most damaged objects, saving time and money.
Also, the state engineers can use this data to inspect the damaged buildings, which could be unnoticed otherwise. The results are by default delivered in an online map application and ready to use at once.