Following the 24th August Central Italy earthquake (6.2 Mw), we have carried our detailed mapping of surface ruptures, collected terrestrial laser scan and Structure-from-Motion derived geospatial datasets and installed ten low-cost GNSS units as short baseline pairs across the causative Mt. Vettore normal fault in five different locations. The primary purpose of the datasets are to investigate repeat shallow coseismic and postseismic fault-slip process in relation to fault geometry, surface cover type and thickness, and along fault position. This combined approach to earthquake research will provide unprecedented insight into the temporal and spatial development of the 2016 Central Italy seismic sequence across a range of scales and depths. We are developing a low-cost Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) solution for the continual monitoring of active processes. The dataset covers the postseismic period of the 24th August 6.2 Mw, 26th October 5.5 Mw & 6.1 Mw earthquakes and the coseismic-postseismic period of the 30th October 6.6 Mw earthquake. The field datasets will be integrated with as coseismic and postseismic InSAR, body-wave seismology and coulomb stress modeling to provide insights into the co-seismic and post-seismic deformation associated with the sequence and understand the nature of stress modification on other faults in the region.