Yesterday, the 20th of December, the close-out meeting of the ALARM project was held. The last review of the project before its closure was an opportunity to highlight the work carried out during these 26 months of research and the team is pleased with the progress achieved in ALARM. We believe that the project will … Continue reading ALARM Close-out Meeting
The ALARM project participated in one of the last events of this year: the SESAR Innovation Days 2022. The SESAR Joint Undertaking organises this event every year to share the progress and disseminate the results of exploratory research. This time it took place at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest (Hungary). Hugues Brenot, a member … Continue reading ALARM at SESAR Innovation Days 2022
The second solution of the ALARM project is now available on our website. Its visualisation tool aims to help airports and en-route airspaces anticipate serious hazards such as ash, dust, severe weather, smoke, space weather or even predict climate impact.
We are pleased to announce that the paper submitted by the ALARM project to the SESAR Innovation Days 2022 (SIDs'22) has been accepted. This year, the SIDs will take place on 5-8 December in Budapest, offering a great opportunity for us to share the results of ALARM and exchange views with other exploratory research projects. … Continue reading ALARM’s paper for the SIDs’22 has been accepted
SESAR JU has collaborated on the production of a Results Pack with CORDIS, the European Commission's main source of information on the results of projects funded by the EU's research and innovation framework programmes. This document highlights the advances in the field of air traffic management on Artificial Intelligence, a technology that the ALARM project … Continue reading CORDIS highlights the advances of ALARM on Artificial Intelligence
The October edition of the SESAR e-news concludes its media section with ALARM's latest video. You can find it with the title "A European monitoring and alert system of natural hazards for aviation (ALARM)" and in SESAR's YouTube profile: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptJbguI27m4 Access the full SESAR 3 JU newsletter to read about other SESAR project updates.
As a multi-hazard early warning system (MHEWS) for natural hazards affecting aviation, the ALARM project wants to raise awareness on the International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction. The theme this year is "Early warning", a goal for which the ALARM research team is working towards in order to contribute to the United Nations aim of … Continue reading ALARM at the International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction
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, Belgium2Université … 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".