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 thes afety 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.
Today is the International Mother Earth Day. Mother Earth is clearly urging a call to action. Nature is suffering. Oceans filling with plastic and turning more acidic. Extreme heat, wildfires and floods, as well as a record-breaking Atlantic hurricane season, have affected millions of people. Now we face COVID-19, a worldwide health pandemic link to the health of … Continue reading International Mother Earth Day
Our Project Coordinator, Manuel Soler gave an interview in the spanish radio show “Hoy por hoy” from spanish radio network Cadena SER. He talked about, how ALARM Project is aiming to predict accurately the weather hazards that a flight may face. Listen the entire interview here (only spanish available).
Alarm Project appears in SESAR Joint Undertaking March E-News Edition. Take a look at the article “Researchers to develop early warning system of natural hazards for aviation” and get a glance on what ALARM Project H2020 is doing on aviation and Air Traffic Management in topics related to weather, climate resilience and alert systems,