Campbell Scientific has been selected by the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) as its trusted partner to modernize and co-develop the future of the Dutch weather observation network.Read More
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The NASA funded research project named GUMP (General Urban area Microclimate Prediction tool) uses UAV’s to collect weather data at different elevations. The data will be used in a study to micro forecast weather scenarios that would affect UAV’s that would be delivering payloads.Read More
There is a 50:50 chance of the annual average global temperature temporarily reaching 1.5 °C above the pre-industrial level for at least one of the next five years – and the likelihood is increasing with time, according to a new climate update issued by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).Read More
Officially launched in August of 2020, the 2,155 ton “New Ocean Researcher 1” vessel, commissioned by Taiwan’s Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), and operated by National Taiwan University (NTU), is the only research vessel in Taiwan equipped with a full deck of meteorological sensors and equipment.Read More
Baron, the worldwide leader in superior weather intelligence, has developed innovative new radar processing technology that will make dual-polarization radars even more powerful tools for solving weather and climate problems.Read More
Attribution science has led to major advances in linking the impacts of extreme weather and human-induced climate change, but large gaps in the published research still conceal the full extent of climate change damage, warns a new study released today in the first issue of Environmental Research: Climate.
GE Digital announced that it has partnered with Climavision, a pioneering weather tech company that is leveraging high-resolution radar and satellites to improve the accuracy of weather forecasting. The collaboration is designed to help GE Digital’s electric utility customers improve their ability to predict weather and better plan for severe storm events.
A prolonged and deadly heatwave has hit large swaths of India and Pakistan affecting hundreds of millions of people and sparking food and energy shortages. Experts say the extreme heat is a grim preview of what the climate crisis has in store for a region home to over 1 billion people.
EarthSense, the air quality specialist, has today announced that it has released live ambient air pollution alerting capabilities to its MyAir® web application, enabling prompt action against thresholds that may be unsafe to human health.
Taking a step forward in adapting to climate change, the City of Manila, the Philippines’ capital, has chosen the Komunidad platform to efficiently plan and prepare for the adverse effects of climate change.
FT Technologies has signed a collaboration agreement with Anemo Analytics. Under the agreement, both parties will work together to provide weather station upgrades for existing wind turbines, enabling remote diagnostics capabilities and performance improvements for both onshore and offshore turbines.
The Sembcorp Tuas Solar Farm has a combined solar capacity of 17.6MWp and is built across two sites.
KP Acoustics works with some of the best-known construction companies, architects and property management companies in the world and is using EarthSense’s award-winning Zephyr® air quality monitor as part of its noise, vibration, and dust monitoring service.
The Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) has published its annual European State of the Climate report (ESOTC 2021). The report investigates climate variability of 2021 in Europe and globally. It also considers longer-term climate change trends. Notable results included Europe's summer, which was the warmest on record.