Within lanslide early warning systems, a continuous challenge is the on-site implementation of a robust monitoring system, a reliable data collection and cross-checked analysis, and the presentation of respective results in a real-time mode. This paper will describe one concept of an integrated early warning system developed within the German BMBF-funded ILEWS project. This system is based on a variety of factors. The connection of geomorphological knowledge, geotechnical and geophysical information, sensor networks and web-based applications are examined. In the Swabian Albm one system has been installed and first results will be presented. These results give some indications of the potential of a real-time landslide early warning system ready to be used by various end-users and stakeholders.
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