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As extreme weather events worsen, 7Analytics meshes AI and big data to predict flooding
5th October 2022

As extreme weather events worsen, 7Analytics meshes AI and big data to predict flooding

Anyone who has followed global news events of late will have noticed the devastating floods that have engulfed pretty much every corner of...

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4 Innovations that can be part of India and Banbladesh's flood defences
4th October 2022

4 Innovations that can be part of India and Banbladesh's flood defences

Over a short period in May and June, intense rains lashed Assam, in northeastern India, and Bangladesh. As well as landslides, several...

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7 Companies Secure Grants for Space Observation Tech R&D
30th September 2022

7 Companies Secure Grants for Space Observation Tech R&D

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration agency awarded a total of $13.8 million to seven companies and two NASA-run centers to...

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NASA-Built Weather Sensors Capture Vital Data on Hurricane Ian
29th September 2022

NASA-Built Weather Sensors Capture Vital Data on Hurricane Ian

A pair of microwave radiometers collected data on the storm as they passed over the Caribbean Sea aboard the International Space...

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Vaisala launches Xweather to turn weather and environmental data into climate action
29th September 2022

Vaisala launches Xweather to turn weather and environmental data into climate action

Xweather is a suite of services providing real-time and hyperlocal weather and environmental data to predict and solve challenges from...

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New Tonga Broadcasting studio and Nationwide Early Warning System
28th September 2022

New Tonga Broadcasting studio and Nationwide Early Warning System

A new studio building for Tonga Broadcasting Commission was commissioned by Crown Prince Tupouto'a 'Ulukalala, on the completion of a...

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Vaisala launches a hyperlocalized Air Quality Forecast
27th September 2022

Vaisala launches a hyperlocalized Air Quality Forecast

The state-of-the-art forecast provides unmatched hyperlocal insights with down to 15-meter resolution that empower city authorities to...

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Komunidad partners with DICT to strengthen local climate adaptation
26th September 2022

Komunidad partners with DICT to strengthen local climate adaptation

In the Philippines where an average of 20 typhoons traverse the country’s path annually, coastal communities bear the brunt of the...

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Java restoration pilot project is helping villagers protect their communities as climate change spurs worsening floods
23rd September 2022

Java restoration pilot project is helping villagers protect their communities as climate change spurs worsening floods

In a coastal community on Indonesia's Java island, villagers must constantly take soil and stones to local graveyards to secure the resting...

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How 4IR tech can alleviate climate change with high-resolution weather predictions
22nd September 2022

How 4IR tech can alleviate climate change with high-resolution weather predictions

Throughout the world, climate change damages our earth with extreme droughts, storms and flooding. This also affects source water quality...

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Integrating Climate Change into Nepal’s Development Strategy Key to Build Resilience
21st September 2022

Integrating Climate Change into Nepal’s Development Strategy Key to Build Resilience

The World Bank Group’s Country Climate and Development Report for Nepal underscores the urgency of building resilience to climate...

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Swiss Meteodrone provides real-time low-altitude weather outlook for UAV operators
20th September 2022

Swiss Meteodrone provides real-time low-altitude weather outlook for UAV operators

Switzerland’s Meteodrone is working to address one of the main elements that can disrupt or even prevent the world’s expanding...

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Flood risk affects over a billion people. Climate change could make it worse
16th September 2022

Flood risk affects over a billion people. Climate change could make it worse

An estimated 1.81 billion people, or 23% of the world population, face significant flood risk. Low-income countries are disproportionately...

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Spire Global Announces Space Services Agreement with GHGSat
15th September 2022

Spire Global Announces Space Services Agreement with GHGSat

Spire Global, Inc. (NYSE: SPIR) (“Spire” or “the Company”), a leading global provider of space-based data,...

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United in Science: We are heading in the wrong direction
14th September 2022

United in Science: We are heading in the wrong direction

Climate science is clear: we are heading in the wrong direction, according to a new multi-agency report coordinated by the World...

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New MTG-I1 Weather Satellite to aid in severe weather event prediction
13th September 2022

New MTG-I1 Weather Satellite to aid in severe weather event prediction

Before Europe’s first Meteosat Third Generation Imager leaves the south of France at the end of the month aboard a ship bound for...

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Unmanned drones help Türkiye’s fight against forest fires
8th September 2022

Unmanned drones help Türkiye’s fight against forest fires

Eight unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have helped Türkiye’s Directorate General of Forestry around the clock both across the...

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Chinese meteorological company Zoglab to step up cooperation with Pakistan
6th September 2022

Chinese meteorological company Zoglab to step up cooperation with Pakistan

As Pakistan is heavily hit by the rare flood, the country is stepping up cooperation with Chinese meteorological companies. ...

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Advanced software reduces wind gust damage to zero at APM Terminals MedPort Tangier
5th September 2022

Advanced software reduces wind gust damage to zero at APM Terminals MedPort Tangier

As climate changes, the frequency and severity of wind gusts hitting APM Terminals facilities around the world has increased significantly....

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The IWOS® from Intellisense Systems Will be the Preferred Tactical Weather Station Used by the U.S. Air Force
2nd September 2022

The IWOS® from Intellisense Systems Will be the Preferred Tactical Weather Station Used by the U.S. Air Force

The revolutionary Integrated Weather Observation System (IWOS) is the portable, rapidly deployable, automated tactical weather station that...

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Nepal's early-warning system reduces flood fatalities
1st September 2022

Nepal's early-warning system reduces flood fatalities

Nepal's flood-prone River Kosi burst its banks at the beginning of August. An early warning system had sprung into action and alerted...

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Deadly Pakistan floods are a climate catastrophe, says UN chief
31st August 2022

Deadly Pakistan floods are a climate catastrophe, says UN chief

Eight weeks of torrential rain during a severe monsoon season have left a third of Pakistan underwater, in the worst flooding since...

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CAP To Equip New Aircraft With SiriusXM Aviation Weather Service
30th August 2022

CAP To Equip New Aircraft With SiriusXM Aviation Weather Service

The U.S. Air Force's volunteer auxiliary is set to outfit 36 new aircraft with SiriusXM Aviation Weather and information services. Dozens...

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WMO strengthens climate services delivery in Bhutan
26th August 2022

WMO strengthens climate services delivery in Bhutan

WMO, with support from the National Centre for Hydrology and Meteorology (NCHM) Bhutan and the Regional Integrated Multi-Hazard Early...

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How to make it rain: Cloud seeding to combat drought
25th August 2022

How to make it rain: Cloud seeding to combat drought

Humans can influence the weather - to a degree. Today, cloud seeding, or artifical rain, is mostly used to bring water to drought-ravaged...

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Remote Antarctic Tech  Named After Greek Goddess
23rd August 2022

Remote Antarctic Tech Named After Greek Goddess

The Australian Antarctic Division will deploy three high-tech, automated weather stations with cameras and satellite communications in...

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Early warning system alerts farmers to extreme weather
22nd August 2022

Early warning system alerts farmers to extreme weather

The 154 automatic weather stations cost Sh500 million, funded by World Bank through the Kenya Climate-Smart Agriculture Project. One...

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Semtech’s LoRa® Devices and LoRaWAN® Standard Integrated Into IoT Ventures and Lacuna Space Water Monitoring System
19th August 2022

Semtech’s LoRa® Devices and LoRaWAN® Standard Integrated Into IoT Ventures and Lacuna Space Water Monitoring System

Semtech Corporation (Nasdaq: SMTC), a leading global supplier of high performance analog and mixed-signal semiconductors and advanced...

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Helping the Environment Agency Deliver its Flood, Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy
15th August 2022

Helping the Environment Agency Deliver its Flood, Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy

Jacobs is working on three major contracts with the Environment Agency, helping to understand flood from all sources, as well as coastal...

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Strengthening multi-hazard early warning in the Pacific: new research on storms, droughts
12th August 2022

Strengthening multi-hazard early warning in the Pacific: new research on storms, droughts

New research on early warning and early action for typhoons in Palau and drought in Tuvalu, published at the end of July by the Climate...

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EarthSense Announces New Fully Managed Air Quality Network Service
11th August 2022

EarthSense Announces New Fully Managed Air Quality Network Service

EarthSense, the air quality expert, today announced its new Managed Fieldwork and Network Optimisation service which enables local...

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Rural Automated Weather Stations Deployed in the Philippines
10th August 2022

Rural Automated Weather Stations Deployed in the Philippines

As part of the implementation of the Department of Science and Technology’s Community Empowerment through Science and Technology...

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Brunei, Singapore committed to climate change
8th August 2022

Brunei, Singapore committed to climate change

The Ministry of Development of Brunei Darussalam and the Ministry of Sustainability and Environment of Singapore yesterday adopted a...

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Tomorrow.io Unveils Upcoming Above-Ground Weather Layers for Comprehensive Aviation Awareness
3rd August 2022

Tomorrow.io Unveils Upcoming Above-Ground Weather Layers for Comprehensive Aviation Awareness

Amid a surge in weather-related disruptions, aviation leaders will be able to make more informed flight decisions with monitoring of key...

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Ball Aerospace selected by NOAA for 2 weather instrument studies
2nd August 2022

Ball Aerospace selected by NOAA for 2 weather instrument studies

Ball Aerospace has been selected by NASA to complete two, 20-month studies on new instruments to support the National Oceanic and...

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Biral to supply its SWS-250 weather sensors across Greece for a major project
1st August 2022

Biral to supply its SWS-250 weather sensors across Greece for a major project

Biral will work with Microstep-MIS on the two-year project to provide comprehensive meteorological information to critical productive and...

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Lockheed Martin to Support Severe Weather and Climate Monitoring for NOAA
1st August 2022

Lockheed Martin to Support Severe Weather and Climate Monitoring for NOAA

Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] was selected by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to further refine concepts for a...

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Demand for climate information growing, says PAGASA
28th July 2022

Demand for climate information growing, says PAGASA

The demand for climate information is expected to increase as the country finds ways to deal with the effects of climate change, state...

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UK Met Office selects Sonardyne acoustic releases for mooring weather buoys
27th July 2022

UK Met Office selects Sonardyne acoustic releases for mooring weather buoys

Acoustic release transponders from ocean science technology company Sonardyne have been chosen by the UK’s Met Office to secure its...

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Ral Space installs the MWS Proto Flight Model on the MetOp-SG satellite
26th July 2022

Ral Space installs the MWS Proto Flight Model on the MetOp-SG satellite

ESA’s MetOp Second Generation (SG) series, developed under EUMETSAT Polar System Second Generation (EPS-SG) and integrated by Airbus...

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NCHM strives for accurate weather predictions and to improve early warning systems
25th July 2022

NCHM strives for accurate weather predictions and to improve early warning systems

Bhutan has about 700 glacial lakes. The earth’s rising temperature means glacial lake outburst floods (GLOF) are ever present. The...

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Spire adding microwave sounders to improve weather forecasts
22nd July 2022

Spire adding microwave sounders to improve weather forecasts

Spire Global plans to improve its weather forecast services by fitting future smallsats in its fleet with microwave sounders from RAL...

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Pacific countries declare ‘climate emergency’ and pledge closer security coordination
21st July 2022

Pacific countries declare ‘climate emergency’ and pledge closer security coordination

Leaders from across the South Pacific have called for urgent global action on climate change following a four-day Pacific Islands Forum...

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Keppel to pilot Singapore’s first membrane-based nearshore floating PV system
18th July 2022

Keppel to pilot Singapore’s first membrane-based nearshore floating PV system

Keppel Infrastructure’s wholly owned subsidiary, Keppel Energy Nexus Pte Ltd (Keppel) has been awarded a grant from the Energy Market...

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GeoOptics, PlanetIQ and Spire to supply NOAA with space weather data
15th July 2022

GeoOptics, PlanetIQ and Spire to supply NOAA with space weather data

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration awarded contracts to GeoOptics, PlanetIQ and Spire Global to provide space weather data...

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Integrated wind and solar still cheapest, and green hydrogen costs falling fast: CSIRO
13th July 2022

Integrated wind and solar still cheapest, and green hydrogen costs falling fast: CSIRO

Australia’s main scientific body and the country’s energy market operator have again underlined the fact that...

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Scientists Develop Hurricane-Resilient Wind Turbines
12th July 2022

Scientists Develop Hurricane-Resilient Wind Turbines

As technology advances, offshore wind turbines can tower over 490 feet above ground, their spinning blades churning out up to 8 megawatts...

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PAGASA vows improved weather forecasts, early warning systems
8th July 2022

PAGASA vows improved weather forecasts, early warning systems

The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) is determined to complete and further improve its...

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New global projections of tides and storm surge now available from Deltares
8th July 2022

New global projections of tides and storm surge now available from Deltares

In the coming decades, the frequency of coastal flooding will increase due to sea-level rise and changes in climate extremes, putting the...

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Improving early warnings in the Caribbean, Pacific and Southeast Asia
30th June 2022

Improving early warnings in the Caribbean, Pacific and Southeast Asia

A successful six-year, 10 million Canadian dollar project, funded by Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC), has strengthened the...

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How climate change is affecting extreme weather events around the world: new study
28th June 2022

How climate change is affecting extreme weather events around the world: new study

Attribution science has led to major advances in linking the impacts of extreme weather and human-induced climate change, but large gaps in...

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GE Digital partners with Climavision to improve accuracy of weather forecasting
23rd June 2022

GE Digital partners with Climavision to improve accuracy of weather forecasting

GE Digital announced that it has partnered with Climavision, a pioneering weather tech company that is leveraging high-resolution radar and...

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Campbell Scientific selected to modernize and co-develop future Dutch weather observation network
20th June 2022

Campbell Scientific selected to modernize and co-develop future Dutch weather observation network

Campbell Scientific has been selected by the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) as its trusted partner to modernize and...

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In South Asia, record heat threatens future of farming
13th June 2022

In South Asia, record heat threatens future of farming

A prolonged and deadly heatwave has hit large swaths of India and Pakistan affecting hundreds of millions of people and sparking food and...

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FT lightweight wind sensors are being used on drones to advance NASA research
8th June 2022

FT lightweight wind sensors are being used on drones to advance NASA research

The NASA funded research project named GUMP (General Urban area Microclimate Prediction tool) uses UAV’s to collect weather data at...

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EarthSense Announces Customisable Air Pollution Alerts
25th May 2022

EarthSense Announces Customisable Air Pollution Alerts

EarthSense, the air quality specialist, has today announced that it has released live ambient air pollution alerting capabilities to its...

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City of Manila Picks Komunidad for its Climate-Smart Manila Project
23rd May 2022

City of Manila Picks Komunidad for its Climate-Smart Manila Project

Taking a step forward in adapting to climate change, the City of Manila, the Philippines’ capital, has chosen the Komunidad platform...

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FT Technologies collaborates with Anemo Analytics
18th May 2022

FT Technologies collaborates with Anemo Analytics

FT Technologies has signed a collaboration agreement with Anemo Analytics. Under the agreement, both parties will work together to provide...

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Sembcorp opens Singapore’s first solar farm with an integrated rainwater harvesting system
16th May 2022

Sembcorp opens Singapore’s first solar farm with an integrated rainwater harvesting system

The Sembcorp Tuas Solar Farm has a combined solar capacity of 17.6MWp and is built across two sites. Estimated to be sitting on close to 10...

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WMO update: 50:50 chance of global temperature temporarily reaching 1.5°C threshold
13th May 2022

WMO update: 50:50 chance of global temperature temporarily reaching 1.5°C threshold

There is a 50:50 chance of the annual average global temperature temporarily reaching 1.5 °C above the pre-industrial level for at...

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KP Acoustics Use EarthSense's Zephyr® Monitors
11th May 2022

KP Acoustics Use EarthSense's Zephyr® Monitors

KP Acoustics works with some of the best-known construction companies, architects and property management companies in the world and is...

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EEC to supply shipboard weather radar system for Taiwan
5th May 2022

EEC to supply shipboard weather radar system for Taiwan

Officially launched in August of 2020, the 2,155 ton “New Ocean Researcher 1” vessel, commissioned by Taiwan’s Ministry...

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Europe saw warmest summer on record in 2021 - Copernicus
2nd May 2022

Europe saw warmest summer on record in 2021 - Copernicus

The Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) has published its annual European State of the Climate report (ESOTC 2021). The report...

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Baron announces new radar technology at Asia Climate Forum
18th April 2022

Baron announces new radar technology at Asia Climate Forum

Baron, the worldwide leader in superior weather intelligence, has developed innovative new radar processing technology that will make...

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Ten-year project modernizes Haiti’s meteorological and hydrological service
15th April 2022

Ten-year project modernizes Haiti’s meteorological and hydrological service

A successful ten-year project in Haiti has demonstrated the challenges, opportunities and benefits involved in rebuilding and modernizing a...

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Baron in $360 Million Water and Flood Research Project
12th April 2022

Baron in $360 Million Water and Flood Research Project

Baron, the worldwide commercial supplier of superior weather intelligence for critical decision making, is proud to have been selected as a...

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Biral returns to Asia Climate Forum for 2022
12th April 2022

Biral returns to Asia Climate Forum for 2022

Meteorological specialists Biral is returning to the Asia Climate Forum in Singapore this month to showcase a number of its technically...

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WMO Secretary-General Taalas remarks for IPCC Working Group III report
11th April 2022

WMO Secretary-General Taalas remarks for IPCC Working Group III report

WMO Secretary-General Prof. Petteri Taalas recorded message to IPCC Working Group III Press Conference on 4 April 2022. At the moment we...

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Nature-induced catastrophes in 2021: the floodgates are open
1st April 2022

Nature-induced catastrophes in 2021: the floodgates are open

In 2021, there were more than 50 severe flood events around the world, resulting in combined economic losses of more than USD 80 billion....

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Vaisala provides VW with global infotainment weather service
31st March 2022

Vaisala provides VW with global infotainment weather service

Vaisala, a global leader in weather, environmental, and industrial measurement, today announced the Volkswagen Group has integrated...

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ESA launches crowdsourced forecasting project
30th March 2022

ESA launches crowdsourced forecasting project

A newly released Android app will turn your smartphone into an instrument for crowdsourced science. Leave it by your window each night with...

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Chaos theory provides hints for controlling the weather
30th March 2022

Chaos theory provides hints for controlling the weather

Under a project led by the RIKEN Center for Computational Science, researchers have used computer simulations to show that weather...

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World Meteorological Day ceremony: boost the power of prediction
25th March 2022

World Meteorological Day ceremony: boost the power of prediction

The drive for universal coverage and protection by Early Warning services - one of the most effective forms of climate adaptation both in...

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World Meteorological Day - 23 March
23rd March 2022

World Meteorological Day - 23 March

World Meteorological Day commemorates the entry into force on 23 March 1950 of the Convention establishing the World Meteorological...

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New CEH hydrological forecast portal for the UK
18th March 2022

New CEH hydrological forecast portal for the UK

A new interactive web portal developed by the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH) provides an indication of hydrological...

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Innovative finance for global weather and climate data
18th March 2022

Innovative finance for global weather and climate data

The Nordic Development Fund (NDF) has committed 10 million Euros to the Systematic Observations Financing Facility (SOFF), a groundbreaking...

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New Biral installation at Poland’s largest solar farm
16th March 2022

New Biral installation at Poland’s largest solar farm

Biral has announced its part in a substantial project which saw it supply its BTD-200 Lightning Warning System to the largest solar farm in...

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Petteri Taalas addresses IPCC report launch
5th March 2022

Petteri Taalas addresses IPCC report launch

Today we are releasing the second part of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 6th Assessment report. WMO is proud to be the...

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Vaisala introduces a new temperature transmitter for data centres
22nd February 2022

Vaisala introduces a new temperature transmitter for data centres

To support the growing demand for uninterrupted data, Vaisala, a global leader in weather, environmental, and industrial measurements,...

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Strong Vaisala financial results
18th February 2022

Strong Vaisala financial results

Vaisala announces a year of excellent performance, ending with strong net sales growth in Q4. Net sales for the financial year ended...

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Earth Networks Releases 2021 U.S. Lightning Report
16th February 2022

Earth Networks Releases 2021 U.S. Lightning Report

Earth Networks, the global leader in weather and lightning monitoring and alerting, today released its 2021 U.S. Lightning Report. During...

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Maersk vessels feed weather data to meteorologists around the globe
13th February 2022

Maersk vessels feed weather data to meteorologists around the globe

Maersk has installed automated weather stations (AWS) on 50 of its vessels creating a pulsating oceanic web of weather and climate...

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HydroSOS supports adaptation to changing water cycle
5th February 2022

HydroSOS supports adaptation to changing water cycle

More than two billion people face severe water shortages and a similar number have been affected by flooding over the past 20 years, with...

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Vaisala acquires US-based AerisWeather
28th January 2022

Vaisala acquires US-based AerisWeather

Vaisala has acquired US-based Whether or Knot, LLC (dba AerisWeather), a subscription-based software company providing weather and...

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Messe München acquires Asia Climate Forum
24th January 2022

Messe München acquires Asia Climate Forum

Messe München’s subsidiary for Southeast Asia – MMI Asia Pte. Ltd. – has taken over ownership and operation of the...

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New sand and dust forecast website launched
24th January 2022

New sand and dust forecast website launched

Forecasts and warnings of sand and dust storms in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa are now more readily accessible thanks to a new...

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Biral sensors chosen for Croatian modernisation project
23rd January 2022

Biral sensors chosen for Croatian modernisation project

Biral is supplying 34 of its VPF-750 sensors to the Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service, a government body that supports the...

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Baron supplies weather radar to Kazakhstan
14th January 2022

Baron supplies weather radar to Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan has selected Baron Weather, the worldwide leader in critical weather intelligence, to provide cutting-edge radar technology that...

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New web portal eases access of forecast products
11th January 2022

New web portal eases access of forecast products

WMO has launched a new web portal to make key meteorological analyses and forecast products more readily accessible. The recent WMO...

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Climate Change Special Report, Episode 2
7th January 2022

Climate Change Special Report, Episode 2

Climate Change Special Report, Episode 2: the business opportunities of climate change models and analytics. As the world continues to...

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2021 - meeting the challenge of extreme weather: WMO
4th January 2022

2021 - meeting the challenge of extreme weather: WMO

Record-breaking heat and rainfall, devastating fires and debilitating drought were among the extreme weather, climate and water events of...

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Vaisala reports 2021 increase in US lightning events
4th January 2022

Vaisala reports 2021 increase in US lightning events

Vaisala has published its 2021 Annual Lightning Report. The Vaisala report reveals a total of 194,226,288 in-cloud and cloud-to-ground...

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Impact-based forecasting informs anticipatory action
23rd December 2021

Impact-based forecasting informs anticipatory action

As the economic and human impacts of extreme weather and climate change increase, forecasts not just of what the weather will BE, but of...

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Biral sensors to play key role in giant wind farm
15th December 2021

Biral sensors to play key role in giant wind farm

Biral is to supply 140 of its SWS-050 visibility sensors to Hollandse Kust Zuid, which will be one of the biggest and first fully merchant...

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Baron radar used to ensure space launch safety
15th December 2021

Baron radar used to ensure space launch safety

The United States Air Force has selected Baron Weather, Inc, the worldwide leader in critical weather intelligence, to provide a...

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Asia Pacific typhoon research centre launched
13th December 2021

Asia Pacific typhoon research centre launched

The Asia-Pacific Typhoon Collaborative Research Center (AP-TCRC) has been inaugurated in Shanghai, serving as a role model for regional...

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New senior appointment at Baron
8th December 2021

New senior appointment at Baron

Sherman Wilcox has been named Chief Development Officer of Baron Weather Inc. Wilcox has been with Baron for nearly 20 years, previously...

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White Paper published on Sub-Saharan Africa weather forecasting
6th December 2021

White Paper published on Sub-Saharan Africa weather forecasting

Urgent investment in African weather forecasting aids weather-and climate-resilient future and contribution to the UN Sustainable...

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South Asia Flash Flood Guidance System
22nd November 2021

South Asia Flash Flood Guidance System

Activities on capacity building and improvements of early warnings of flash floods – one of the deadliest natural hazards, in South...

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Yacht with observing floats sails the Atlantic
18th November 2021

Yacht with observing floats sails the Atlantic

For the first time, a sailboat loaded with dozens of measuring instruments, will sail the Atlantic Ocean to replenish the global Argo...

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European met agencies collaborate to improve forecasting
17th November 2021

European met agencies collaborate to improve forecasting

Met Éireann announced that it is to join forces with national weather services in Denmark, Iceland and the Netherlands, to jointly...

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Baron Weather appoints Bob Dreisewerd as new President and CEO
17th November 2021

Baron Weather appoints Bob Dreisewerd as new President and CEO

Robert “Bob” Baron, founder and CEO of Baron Weather, Inc. announced today that he has named Bob Dreisewerd President and CEO....

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Baron selected for Indonesia weather & water modelling project
11th November 2021

Baron selected for Indonesia weather & water modelling project

Baron has been chosen to provide a state-of-the-art Coupled Atmospheric Water and Ocean (CAWO) modeling system to the Indonesian Agency for...

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Action on early warnings - success story at COP26
11th November 2021

Action on early warnings - success story at COP26

Countries contributing to the Climate Risk and Early Warning Systems (CREWS) Initiative have announced commitments for new investments of...

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Vaisala introduces its next-generation sounding system
8th November 2021

Vaisala introduces its next-generation sounding system

Vaisala has announced the launch of Vaisala Cirrus Sounding System MW51, a state-of-the-art sounding system that delivers industry-first...

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Met Office launches climate dashboard
7th November 2021

Met Office launches climate dashboard

A Met Office Hadley Centre dashboard monitoring key indicators of global climate is providing an authoritative way to stay up to date with...

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Zimbabwe turns to Baron for life-saving weather technology
3rd November 2021

Zimbabwe turns to Baron for life-saving weather technology

The Zimbabwe Government, through its Meteorological Services Department has chosen Baron, the worldwide leader in critical weather...

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New financing mechanism for climate change response
3rd November 2021

New financing mechanism for climate change response

The WMO, the UN Development Programme (UNDP) and the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) are to announce a new United Nations Coalition Fund to...

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The high cost of weather and climate extremes in Asia in 2020
28th October 2021

The high cost of weather and climate extremes in Asia in 2020

Extreme weather and climate change impacts across Asia in 2020 caused the loss of life of thousands of people, displaced millions of others...

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WMO strengthens Flash Flood Guidance system
20th October 2021

WMO strengthens Flash Flood Guidance system

The acclaimed Flash Flood Guidance System with Global Coverage (FFGS/WGC) has been put on a more sustainable footing after a decision by...

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Vaisala’s road weather service selected by TomTom
16th October 2021

Vaisala’s road weather service selected by TomTom

Vaisala has announced an agreement with TomTom, the location technology specialist, to bring accurate insights and actionable road weather...

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InterMET.digital free webinar - public health
11th October 2021

InterMET.digital free webinar - public health

This webinar will investigate key threats & challenges facing public health from extreme weather & climate change, and examine the...

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Extraordinary World Meteorological Congress opens
11th October 2021

Extraordinary World Meteorological Congress opens

The World Meteorological Organization has opened an extraordinary session of its governing Congress on key priorities including water, a...

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The Asian region emphasizes the importance of the ocean
6th October 2021

The Asian region emphasizes the importance of the ocean

During the RAII Session last week, a special Ocean Side Event, with more than 80 participants, explored the needs, gaps and priorities in...

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Business of Climate Services webinar, Thursday 30 Sep
24th September 2021

Business of Climate Services webinar, Thursday 30 Sep

This masterclass - produced in association with InterMET.digital - is your opportunity to find out first hand from those who have launched...

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Vaisala launches new Indigo510 transmitter
16th September 2021

Vaisala launches new Indigo510 transmitter

The new product is compatible with all Indigo smart probes. The features include modular support for one probe at a time, and a large...

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HydroHub improves hydrological monitoring
8th September 2021

HydroHub improves hydrological monitoring

The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) has allocated CHF 2.4 million to the WMO Global Hydrometry Support Facility (WMO...

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Asia-Pacific needs to tackle overlapping crises
26th August 2021

Asia-Pacific needs to tackle overlapping crises

The Asia-Pacific region needs to step up efforts to prepare for and tackle complex, overlapping crises in order to increase the resilience...

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Earth Networks and NiMet announce partnership
20th August 2021

Earth Networks and NiMet announce partnership

Earth Networks, a global provider of weather intelligence, announced on Wednesday it formed a partnership with the Nigerian Meteorological...

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WMO Secretary-General remarks at IPCC Climate Change report launch
16th August 2021

WMO Secretary-General remarks at IPCC Climate Change report launch

WMO Secretary-General Prof. Petteri Taalas statement at the release of the IPCC AR6 Working Group 1 report 9 August 2021 WMO organized the...

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Enhancing Early Warning Systems in Cambodia and Laos
6th August 2021

Enhancing Early Warning Systems in Cambodia and Laos

Weather and climate conditions over the Indochina Peninsula, including Cambodia and Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR), make it...

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EEC wins multiple Indonesian weather radar systems contracts
3rd August 2021

EEC wins multiple Indonesian weather radar systems contracts

During the first half of 2021 EEC was awarded multiple contracts through separate international tenders to deliver several advanced weather...

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Biral and MicroStep-MIS modernise 16 Nepalese airports
28th July 2021

Biral and MicroStep-MIS modernise 16 Nepalese airports

Over the past two years, meteorological experts Biral and MicroStep-MIS have been updating and upgrading all of the national airports...

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ECMWF and EC renew contract for Copernicus services
23rd July 2021

ECMWF and EC renew contract for Copernicus services

ECMWF has signed an agreement with the European Commission to continue implementing the EU-funded Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S)...

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New project scales up early warning systems in the Pacific
19th July 2021

New project scales up early warning systems in the Pacific

A new project, Strengthening Hydro-Meteorological Early Warning Systems in the Pacific, has been launched with funding from the Climate...

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Alliance for Hydromet Development: Close the Gap
13th July 2021

Alliance for Hydromet Development: Close the Gap

The international community has issued a rallying call for greater investments in weather forecasts, early warning systems, and climate...

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European Meteorological Society strategic plan published
7th July 2021

European Meteorological Society strategic plan published

For the EMS, the process for preparing a new strategic plan started in the autumn of 2019 with the Council reviewing the current mission...

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Vaisala launches world-class air quality sensor
2nd July 2021

Vaisala launches world-class air quality sensor

Vaisala launches world-class air quality sensor complementing its monitoring solution to enhance quality of life, safety, efficiency, and...

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CREWS initiative mobilizes more funding
21st June 2021

CREWS initiative mobilizes more funding

The Climate Risk and Early Warning Systems (CREWS) Initiative is mobilizing an additional US$ 28 million to deliver early warning systems...

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Vaisala’s project in Ethiopia gets go-ahead
15th June 2021

Vaisala’s project in Ethiopia gets go-ahead

Vaisala has received all the necessary approvals from Ethiopian and Finnish authorities for the weather observation and forecasting system...

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The Future of Weather and Climate Services
14th June 2021

The Future of Weather and Climate Services

WMO has held a top-level dialogue session on the future of weather and climate forecasting as part of its ongoing drive to strengthen...

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Vaisala opens new R&D and innovation center in Finland
7th June 2021

Vaisala opens new R&D and innovation center in Finland

Vaisala, a global leader in weather, environmental, and industrial measurements, has opened a new R&D and innovation center in Finland....

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Caribbean rolls out multi-hazard preparations for hurricane season
3rd June 2021

Caribbean rolls out multi-hazard preparations for hurricane season

The Caribbean is gearing up for yet another active Atlantic hurricane season, compounded by the continuing challenges and constraints of...

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Arctic assessment report shows faster rate of warming
23rd May 2021

Arctic assessment report shows faster rate of warming

New observations show that the increase in Arctic average surface temperature between 1979 and 2019 was three times higher than the global...

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Global investment in African weather forecasting critical
18th May 2021

Global investment in African weather forecasting critical

Global investment in African weather forecasting is urgently needed to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals. African lives and...

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The Suez Canal: avoiding future crisis with weather observation data
10th May 2021

The Suez Canal: avoiding future crisis with weather observation data

In late March, the Ever Given, a cargo ship that got stuck in the Suez Canal made global news. The 1,400-foot-long cargo ship became jammed...

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Supercomputing leap in weather and climate forecasting
30th April 2021

Supercomputing leap in weather and climate forecasting

Met Office and Microsoft join forces to build world’s most powerful weather and climate forecasting supercomputer in UK. The Met...

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ECOWAS commits to Hydromet services
27th April 2021

ECOWAS commits to Hydromet services

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has declared its commitment to support the development of sustainable and reliable...

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Lightning density maps for every country in the world
26th April 2021

Lightning density maps for every country in the world

April 20th, 2021: Vaisala has published some of the insights their data has provided about lightning around the globe with their...

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WMO - climate change indicators and impacts worsened in 2020
22nd April 2021

WMO - climate change indicators and impacts worsened in 2020

Extreme weather combined with COVID-19 in a double blow for millions of people in 2020. However, the pandemic-related economic slowdown...

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LDCs welcome Systematic Observations Financing Facility
19th April 2021

LDCs welcome Systematic Observations Financing Facility

The Least Developed Countries (LDC) group has welcomed the proposed creation of the Systematic Observation Financing Facility (SOFF) to...

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Baron appoints Jon Tarleton VP of international sales efforts
16th April 2021

Baron appoints Jon Tarleton VP of international sales efforts

Baron, the worldwide provider of critical weather intelligence, has announced the appointment of Jon Tarleton as the new Vice President of...

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Vaisala equipment in action on Mars NASA mission
15th April 2021

Vaisala equipment in action on Mars NASA mission

NASA’s Perseverance rover has now spent its first months on the surface of Mars. The testing and deployment phase is proceeding well,...

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Leonardo announces new contract wins
8th April 2021

Leonardo announces new contract wins

Leonardo, through its subsidiary LEONARDO Germany GmbH, has recently seen its meteorological business go from strength to strength with a...

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ClimSA climate services programme launched
7th April 2021

ClimSA climate services programme launched

Over 160 participants from Africa, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) regions and Europe gathered online on 30 March to take part in the official...

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OMS launches next-gen weather observation satellites
1st April 2021

OMS launches next-gen weather observation satellites

On 30 March Orbital Micro Systems (OMS), a leader in advanced instrumentation for earth observation, unveiled the capabilities of its...

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NOAA upgrades flagship U.S. global weather model
24th March 2021

NOAA upgrades flagship U.S. global weather model

Model improvements will enhance forecasts for a wide range of weather. For the first time, the GFS will be coupled with a global wave model...

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New study shows socio-economic benefits of weather observations
20th March 2021

New study shows socio-economic benefits of weather observations

Behind every weather forecast, every early warning of life-threatening hazards, and every long-term climate change projection are...

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First-of-its-kind plug-and-play weather solution
15th March 2021

First-of-its-kind plug-and-play weather solution

Vaisala redefines weather intelligence with first-of-its-kind plug-and-play weather solution to support business operations and...

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Croatian weather radar agreement for Vaisala
15th March 2021

Croatian weather radar agreement for Vaisala

Facilitated by Vaisala’s local partner, Zagrel d.o.o., this weather radar agreement empowers the Croatian Meteorological and...

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Vaisala launches first-of-its-kind Ceilometer CL61
15th March 2021

Vaisala launches first-of-its-kind Ceilometer CL61

The first-of-its-kind lidar-based atmospheric measurement device provides atmospheric, cloud height, and mixing layer data with...

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The Red Planet is in sight
15th March 2021

The Red Planet is in sight

FMI and Vaisala’s scientific measurement instruments onboard Mars rover are ready for action NASA’s Perseverance rover,...

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Colombian Airport installs DTN weather alerting system
12th March 2021

Colombian Airport installs DTN weather alerting system

The El Dorado International Airport in Bogota, Colombia, recently named DTN, a leading data, analytics and technology company, as their...

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New Lightning Alert System for Ninoy Aquino Airport in Manila
12th March 2021

New Lightning Alert System for Ninoy Aquino Airport in Manila

Weather impacts airport operations every day. It is important that airports get ahead of the storm with advanced weather tracking,...

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Biral and MicroStep-MIS Gain Russian Certification
11th March 2021

Biral and MicroStep-MIS Gain Russian Certification

On February 3 2021, the Russian office of MicroStep-MIS received the certificate of state registration of measuring instruments for...

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Gulf Stream System at its weakest in over a millennium
2nd March 2021

Gulf Stream System at its weakest in over a millennium

Never before in over 1,000 years has the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), also known as Gulf Stream System, been as weak...

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Future ocean warming boosts tropical rainfall extremes
23rd February 2021

Future ocean warming boosts tropical rainfall extremes

Ocean warming predicted to cause a twofold increase in amplitude of rainfall fluctuations over the tropical Pacific. The El...

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WMO boosts regional cooperation in Asia-Pacific
22nd February 2021

WMO boosts regional cooperation in Asia-Pacific

The Typhoon Committee, which symbolizes the successful cooperation between WMO and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for...

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Artificial intelligence can boost disaster management
17th February 2021

Artificial intelligence can boost disaster management

The World Meteorological Organization is participating in a new interdisciplinary Focus Group to contend with the increasing prevalence and...

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Scintec announces new product launches for 2021
13th February 2021

Scintec announces new product launches for 2021

The year 2021 continues to pose a challenge to individuals all over the globe. Societies respond. Demands and markets are changing. People...

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A new lightning warning system from Biral
9th February 2021

A new lightning warning system from Biral

Volcanic activity and imminent eruptions can be detected with a novel new lightning warning system. In 2020 alone, the Smithsonian...

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Extreme weather events surge in number and impact - OTT Blog
4th February 2021

Extreme weather events surge in number and impact - OTT Blog

The weather is becoming deadlier. The past two decades brought nearly twice as many natural disasters as the 20 years before. Rising...

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Vaisala webinar - weather intelligence in your port
1st February 2021

Vaisala webinar - weather intelligence in your port

Join Vaisala in this webinar on Wednesday February 17 to learn more about how to take accurate measurements on ports, ships, and offshore...

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Filling the data gaps for effective adaptation investments
29th January 2021

Filling the data gaps for effective adaptation investments

The Systematic Observations Financing Facility - filling the data gaps for effective adaptation investments. Over the last two days, more...

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EEC selected to supply new weather radar to Hong Kong Observatory
22nd January 2021

EEC selected to supply new weather radar to Hong Kong Observatory

After many months of technical reviews and negotiations, the Hong Kong Observatory (HKO) selected EEC to supply a new Defender SK850...

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Why a green electricity grid depends on weather forecasts improving
15th January 2021

Why a green electricity grid depends on weather forecasts improving

Boxing Day 2020 was so blustery that more than half of the UK’s daily electricity was met by wind power for the first time. Just over...

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Will Global Warming Bring a Change in the Winds?
12th January 2021

Will Global Warming Bring a Change in the Winds?

Dust from the Deep Sea Provides a Clue. The westerlies—or westerly winds—play an important role in weather and climate both...

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2020 closes a decade of exceptional heat
5th January 2021

2020 closes a decade of exceptional heat

As 2020 draws to an end, it closes the warmest decade (2011-2020) on record, according to the World Meteorological Organization. This year...

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World Climate Research Programme to be restructured
23rd December 2020

World Climate Research Programme to be restructured

The World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) is to be restructured, building on its 40 years of successful fundamental climate research to...

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AI model shows promise to generate faster, more accurate weather forecasts
17th December 2020

AI model shows promise to generate faster, more accurate weather forecasts

Today's weather forecasts come from some of the most powerful computers on Earth. The huge machines churn through millions of calculations...

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WMO announces winners of Weather Apps Awards
16th December 2020

WMO announces winners of Weather Apps Awards

The World Meteorological Organization has announced the winners of a new Weather Apps Awards competition and its annual Calendar...

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Arctic Report Card confirms climate change disruption
11th December 2020

Arctic Report Card confirms climate change disruption

Climate change continues to disrupt the Arctic, with the second-highest air temperatures and second-lowest summer sea ice driving a cascade...

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UNEP Emissions Gap report urges “green pandemic recovery”
10th December 2020

UNEP Emissions Gap report urges “green pandemic recovery”

A green pandemic recovery could cut up to 25 per cent off predicted 2030 greenhouse gas emissions and bring the world closer to meeting the...

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Charting a New Climate: report released
8th December 2020

Charting a New Climate: report released

Charting a New Climate is a report on physical climate risks and opportunities from Phase II of the Task Force for Climate-related...

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26-member ACCORD consortium launched to improve forecasting in Europe
7th December 2020

26-member ACCORD consortium launched to improve forecasting in Europe

Met Éireann is now a member of ACCORD the largest research consortium globally focused on the research and development of...

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Record-breaking Atlantic hurricane season ends
2nd December 2020

Record-breaking Atlantic hurricane season ends

The extremely active 2020 Atlantic hurricane season officially ended on 30 November with a record-breaking 30 named tropical storms,...

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Greek giant's wind measurement campaign gets go ahead
30th November 2020

Greek giant's wind measurement campaign gets go ahead

ZX Lidars technology makes the challenging terrain of western Greece no obstacle to a comprehensive and accurate wind measurement...

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WMO welcomes launch of new ocean-monitoring satellite
26th November 2020

WMO welcomes launch of new ocean-monitoring satellite

The World Meteorological Organization has welcomed the successful launch of the Copernicus Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich ocean-monitoring...

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Lunar Gateway Instruments to Improve Weather Forecasting
25th November 2020

Lunar Gateway Instruments to Improve Weather Forecasting

One of the first things people want to know before taking a trip is what the weather will be like wherever they are headed. For Artemis...

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Vaisala launches new temperature & humidity probe
24th November 2020

Vaisala launches new temperature & humidity probe

Vaisala to expand its premium Indigo product range with high-performance HMP1 probe for humidity and temperature measurements in high-end...

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Shift in atmospheric rivers could affect Antarctic sea ice, glaciers
24th November 2020

Shift in atmospheric rivers could affect Antarctic sea ice, glaciers

Weather systems responsible for transporting moisture from the tropics to temperate regions in the Southern Hemisphere have been gradually...

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Vaisala webinar: energy efficiency with better weather insights
20th November 2020

Vaisala webinar: energy efficiency with better weather insights

Thursday 10 December. Heating and cooling demands are highly weather dependent: even minor fluctuations in temperature, humidity, wind...

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Upgraded radar for self-driving cars
20th November 2020

Upgraded radar for self-driving cars

A new kind of radar could make it possible for self-driving cars to navigate safely in bad weather. Electrical engineers at the University...

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A framework for research linking weather, climate and COVID-19
17th November 2020

A framework for research linking weather, climate and COVID-19

A framework for research linking weather, climate and COVID-19 has been published in Nature Communication. The paper follows the WMO...

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Acclimatise acquired by Willis Towers Watson
12th November 2020

Acclimatise acquired by Willis Towers Watson

Acclimatise has been acquired by leading global advisory, broking and solutions company, Willis Towers Watson. The move sees the...

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3D-printed weather stations could enable more science for less money
12th November 2020

3D-printed weather stations could enable more science for less money

An inexpensive monitoring system with 3D-printed parts and low-cost sensors might not last as long as a commercial one, but it can be just...

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New Atlantic Ocean atmospheric electricity study
6th November 2020

New Atlantic Ocean atmospheric electricity study

INESC TEC, together with the Portuguese Navy, within the scope of the Space Atmosphere Ocean Interactions in the Marine Boundary Layer...

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Caribbean has record-breaking heat season
5th November 2020

Caribbean has record-breaking heat season

A number of heat records were broken in the Caribbean in 2020. Notably, in September, Dominica, Grenada and Puerto Rico broke their...

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WMO and IATA Agree to Improve Aircraft Meteorological Reporting
3rd November 2020

WMO and IATA Agree to Improve Aircraft Meteorological Reporting

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and World Meteorological Organization have signed an agreement to increase and improve...

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South Asia Flash Flood Guidance System Launched
29th October 2020

South Asia Flash Flood Guidance System Launched

The South Asia Flash Flood Guidance System (South Asia FFGS) has been officially launched, ushering in the prospect of improved early...

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Earth just had its hottest September on record
19th October 2020

Earth just had its hottest September on record

With 3 months left, 2020 could rank among three-warmest years on record for globe Unprecedented heat around the world vaulted September...

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Volta Basin seeks to increase resilience to floods and drought
13th October 2020

Volta Basin seeks to increase resilience to floods and drought

In the past few months many parts of the Volta Basin have been hit by heavy rainfall, causing floods which have displaced thousands of...

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ECMWF moves towards a policy of open data
13th October 2020

ECMWF moves towards a policy of open data

From today (7 October 2020), hundreds of ECMWF forecast charts will become free and accessible to all. Medium-range, extended-range and...

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Vaisala's new method for detecting power transformer air leaks
25th September 2020

Vaisala's new method for detecting power transformer air leaks

The new method, based on measuring total pressure of all dissolved gases in the power transformer insulation oil, will help customers...

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Satellite telemetry supports flood protection in Scotland
25th September 2020

Satellite telemetry supports flood protection in Scotland

In recent years the development of flood warning systems has benefited from advances in sensor, datalogger and communications technology....

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Anniversary for Orbital Micro Systems’ IOD-1 GEMS EO Satellite
25th September 2020

Anniversary for Orbital Micro Systems’ IOD-1 GEMS EO Satellite

Orbital Micro Systems (OMS) recently marked the one-year anniversary of their IOD-1 GEMS Earth Observation (EO) satellite. The system, part...

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Meteorage launches the GLISS project
24th September 2020

Meteorage launches the GLISS project

Global Lightning Information Services System Dedicated to National Met Services, GLISS is a solution to help developing countries mitigate...

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 Artwork shows changes in air pollution during lockdown
23rd September 2020

Artwork shows changes in air pollution during lockdown

A scientist at the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH) has contributed to a digital artwork showing the impact of the COVID-19...

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Solar Panels Power World’s Highest Weather Station
23rd September 2020

Solar Panels Power World’s Highest Weather Station

For anyone who scoffs at the notion that solar panels work in cold weather, check out this new weather station sitting on the Balcony just...

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Standalone lightning warning system for petrochemical facilities
19th September 2020

Standalone lightning warning system for petrochemical facilities

Lightning strikes the ground in the UK around 300,000 times a year and for many petrochemical manufacturing facilities they can play a...

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Accolade for OMS from Frost & Sullivan
10th September 2020

Accolade for OMS from Frost & Sullivan

Frost & Sullivan Selects Orbital Micro Systems for its 2020 Global Enabling Technology Leadership Award in Environmental Monitoring...

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 South Asian forecasters are trained in flash floods warnings
11th August 2020

South Asian forecasters are trained in flash floods warnings

A global initiative to improve early warnings of flash floods – one of the deadliest natural hazards _ has advanced in South Asia,...

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Arctic: heat, fire and melting ice
11th August 2020

Arctic: heat, fire and melting ice

Exceptional and prolonged heat in Siberia has fuelled unprecedented Arctic fires, with high carbon emissions. At the same time, rapidly...

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WMO will verify temperature of 54.4°C in USA
11th August 2020

WMO will verify temperature of 54.4°C in USA

The World Meteorological Organization will verify a temperature reading of 54.4°C (130°F), recorded at Death Valley, California, on...

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Seattle Avionics Selects Baron to Deliver High-quality Weather Data
11th August 2020

Seattle Avionics Selects Baron to Deliver High-quality Weather Data

API Integration puts data directly into the hands of pilots. Seattle Avionics is a leader in flight information software. Since the...

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Contagion model to predict flooding in urban areas
11th August 2020

Contagion model to predict flooding in urban areas

Inspired by the same modeling and mathematical laws used to predict the spread of pandemics, researchers at Texas A&M University have...

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New microsite now live for thunderstorm detection system
11th August 2020

New microsite now live for thunderstorm detection system

Meteorological equipment specialist Biral has just launched a new, mobile friendly microsite www.lightningearlywarning.com for its new and...

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Biral celebrates 45th anniversary
11th August 2020

Biral celebrates 45th anniversary

This month sees the 45th anniversary of Biral, one of the World’s leading manufacturers of specialist meteorological...

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