Aviation safety can be jeopardized by multiple hazards arising from natural phenomena, e.g., severe weather, aerosols/gases from natural hazard, space weather, and, though not directly affecting the safety of aviation but the planet, the climatic impact of aviation. The overall objective of ALARM (multi-hAzard monitoring and earLy wARning systeM) is to develop a prototype global multi-hazard monitoring and Early Warning System for all these hazards.
New publication: Improved retrieval of SO2 plume height from TROPOMI using an iterative Covariance-Based Retrieval Algorithm
We are glad to announce that the European Geosciences Union (EGU) published our article Improved retrieval of SO2 plume height from TROPOMI using an iterative Covariance-Based Retrieval Algorithm. Authors Nicolas Theys1, Christophe Lerot1, Hugues Brenot1, Jeroen van Gent1, Isabelle De Smedt1, Lieven Clarisse2, Mike Burton3, Matthew Varnam3, Catherine Hayer3, Benjamin Esse3, and Michel Van Roozendael1 1UV-visible observations, Royal Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy (BIRA-IASB), Brussels, Belgium … Continue reading New publication: Improved retrieval of SO2 plume height from TROPOMI using an iterative Covariance-Based Retrieval Algorithm
The SESAR 3 Joint Undertaking will be hosting its first Annual Conference in Brussels on 12 October 2022. The conference theme will be ‘Airspace fit for the digital age’ and it will create a space to discuss how the aviation industry can recover after several years of crisis in a sustainable and smart way, while … Continue reading SESAR 3 JU Annual Conference
The development of a platform that uses geodata to notify about the ash and SO2 index is one of the solutions that the ALARM project presented yesterday at the meeting “Environmental and meteorological SESAR exploratory research projects: key findings and solutions”.