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.
The ALARM project is at the World ATM Congress 2022. The first day of the congress was a great opportunity to showcase the developments of the project to attendants and even foresee future collaborations with other projects. We are intrigued about the discussions that will arise in the coming days. If you want to know … Continue reading ALARM at the World ATM Congress
The EGU General Assembly 2022 took place in Vienna (Austria) from 23 to 27 May with the presence of the ALARM project, which participated with the following contribution: Decrease of anthropogenic emission from aviation and detection of natural hazards with potential application in geosciences using satellite sensors, ground-based networks and model forecasts in the context … Continue reading ALARM participated in the EGU General Assembly 2022
On the 6th of July 2022, the H2020-SESAR-2019-2 projects are meeting in a workshop hosted by the Parthenope University of Naples, coordinator of the CREATE project to present the results achieved after almost two years of activity. We will have the opportunity to share the experience gained in the ALARM project and exchange views with … Continue reading ENV and MET SESAR exploratory research projects: key findings and solutions workshop