Radiointerview with Project Coordinator

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,

World Meteorological Day and UC3M outreach

Today is the World Meteorological Day. It takes place every year on 23 March and commemorates the coming into force on 23 March 1950 of the Convention establishing the World Meteorological Organization. It showcases the essential contribution of National Meteorological and Hydrological Services to the safety and wellbeing of society and is celebrated with activities … Continue reading World Meteorological Day and UC3M outreach

Meteorological Technical World Expo 2021

ALARM Project will participate in the first Meteorological Technology World Expo Conference for Aviation Meteorology. The conference will provide a platform for aviation meteorologists, airline and airport operators, air navigation services and other key stakeholders to engage with each other and with speakers and suppliers who will present the next generation of systems, solutions and … Continue reading Meteorological Technical World Expo 2021

ALARM Project at EGU21

ALARM project will participate in the General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union EGU21. The project and its main goal will be presented. Furthermore, members of the project will participate with a presentation on the Investigation of flight level contamination using volcanic SO2 plume and cloud top height satellite products. Find both presentation abstracts below. … Continue reading ALARM Project at EGU21

Orange snow? – Sahara dust in South & Central Europe

The snow in the Alps and Pyrenees were seen as added with a natural sepia effect last weekend. The reason is a plume of Sahara dust that has blanketed parts of southern and central Europe. 🏜Saharan #dust has covered the snow in the Alps and Pyrenees, turning it orange. The #CopernicusAtmosphere Monitoring Service’s forecasts accurately … Continue reading Orange snow? – Sahara dust in South & Central Europe