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
The ALARM project together with the SINOPTICA project submitted the abstract "Leveraging GNSS tropospheric delays to nowcast severe weather events by assimilation into WRF and by machine learning techniques: the hailstorm of 13 July 2021 on Milano Malpensa airport" to the 1st workshop on data science for GNSS remote sensing, whose comittee accepted it. This … Continue reading The ALARM project will participate in the 1st workshop on data science for GNSS remote sensing
The ALARM project reached month 18 and the General Assembly Meeting was our occasion to prepare the work of the last months. In particular, integrating results into the visualisation platform and setting up the communication and dissemination plan. Stay tuned in the next months!
Next Thursday 28th April at 14:30 (UTC+1) we will have the opportunity to participate in the webinar INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR ATM RESILIENCE organised by the SESAR Digital Academy. There we will showcase the latest developments of the ALARM project to anticipate severe natural hazards and foster better decision-making in Air Traffic Management. Early warning system … Continue reading Webinar: “Innovative solutions for ATM resilience”
5-13 September 2022 The SINOPTICA project together with the ALARM project are organizing the 7th CVC Training School. It will take place in Nicolosi (Sicily) on the slopes of the Etna volcano, known as the gateway to Etna. - The program is available here - Here you can access to all the information - The registration … Continue reading 7th CVC Training School
On 15 March 2022, a large amount of dust reached Europe. Due to a Saharan dust storm, Spain, France and Portugal were covered by sand particles with a strong impact on the population (air quality) and airports (engine maintenance). In the framework of the ALARM activity to warn of aviation risk, BIRA has developed a … Continue reading Detecting dust and ash to provide key information to aviation stakeholders
The EGU22 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to discuss their ideas about all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences. It will be celebrated on the 23–27 May 2022 in Vienna, and three different conferences within the ALARM project will take place.
From 27-30 June the 5th International Conference on Transport, Atmosphere and Climate (TAC-5) will take place in Bavaria, Germany. If you are also studying the impact of any means of transport on the atmosphere and on climate, do not miss the opportunity to participate. The deadline for submission of abstracts is 15 March 2022. You … Continue reading TAC-5 Conference 2022
Last Wednesday ALARM organized its 8th project meeting. There we hade the chance to advance with the Experimental Plan and discuss the ALARM potential solutions. One of them is a live alert system platform that focuses on early warnings. The other one will also provide nowcasts and forecasts of weather hazards. You can already see … Continue reading ALARM’s 8th project meeting
ALARM celebrated yesterday its Intermediate Review Meeing. The purpose was to assess the progress since the kick-off meeting and to steer the project in order to achieve the expected quality and maturity at the Final Review and Close-Out Meeting. We saw many improvements that are for sure a result of a great international teamwork.