Innovative multi-hazard monitoring
The development of satellite navigation technology opens up the possibility for monitoring and prediction of natural hazards. Global multi-hazard monitoring means near real-time and uninterrupted global Earth observations from a satellite that allow rapid alerts of natural hazards affecting air traffic management and delivering information to increase situational awareness and flexibility in a crisis. The EU-funded ALARM project will develop a prototype global multi-hazard monitoring and early warning system. The project will use near real-time data and tailored products from ground-based and satellite systems to strengthen models of identifying and predicting the risk and displacement of particles in suspension and gas derived from natural hazards as well as extreme weather situations, increased radiation and environmental contributions to global warming.
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Funding SchemeSESAR-RIA - Research and Innovation action
CB3 0DU Cambridge