Near real-time seismograms
From this page, you can access the seismogram traces of all the stations in the Cornegliano Laudense Seismic Network in near-real time, as the images are updated every 20 minutes. They are represented in helicorder mode (i.e., imitating the old system for displaying the signal that was drawn by a pen on a sheet of paper that covered a rotating drum). For each station, the vertical component of the current day's seismogram is shown from midnight (+0.0 hours). Each line represents one hour of recording. By convention, the time is referred to Universal Coordinated Time (UTC), which is the Greenwich meridian time (GMT). To correspond with the Italian local time, add 1 hour to the value indicated if solar time is in place or 2 hours if daylight saving time is in place.