myDEWETRA.world is an open-source web-based system for real-time monitoring and forecasting of natural hazards like floods, landslides, and wildfires. The application is designed to be a single point of access to a wealth of information and data available at global, regional and local scale, provided by multiple authoritative institutions and agencies. Its IT architecture systematically organizes data and information, allowing for a wide range of users to access, share and integrate both time-varying data and static layers.

myDEWETRA.world is subject of an Agreement among the Italian Department of Civil Protection and the World Meteorological Organization and is available to every country under request


Paolo Fiorucci

Wildfire risk management and forest conservation Expert

Stefania Traverso

Geospatial intelligence and GIS Expert

Alessandro Masoero

Hydrology and hydraulics Expert



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By allowing the analysis and the exchange of real-time risk information among multiple practioneers, myDEWETRAworld contributes to the achievement of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction.

myDEWETRA.world is an integrated system developed by the Italian Department of National Civil Protection (DPC)- Presidency of the Council of Ministers, for real-time prediction, monitoring and surveillance of natural hazards (floods, landslides and wildfires). The system is the result of an Agreement among DPC and CIMA Research Foundation for science-based disaster risk management methodologies and technologies in Italy and in countries where the Italian Cooperation is active. myDEWETRA.world combines scientific knowledge, methodologies and the standardization of operating procedures. It is subject to continuous research and development in order to meet the needs of disaster risk managers and meteo-hydrological national services. For the DPC - Responsible for the Convention: Eng. Paola Pagliara | Design and Requirements: Eng. Angela C. Corina.