Condensation trails – so-called contrails – are artificial clouds composed of water, soot, and cool air behind jet aircraft in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere. These non-CO₂ emissions are responsible for a large share of aviation’s impact on climate change. A French-German research project is now aiming to observe and forecast their impact. Contrails have been an object of research in the past
Reuniwatt is already the winner of a 1st prize of the Space Tour 2021 launched by the French Ministry of the Economy, Finance and the Recovery. We are proud to be on board a second winning project! Free-space optical communications still face several technical challenges before their full potential can be reached. The technology of free-space optical communications is based on the transport of data
[Webinar] Wireless Laser Communication: Don't let clouds get in the way of success! Connecting the world and beyond on a beam of light – wireless laser communication is a cost-efficient way to transmit information through the atmosphere: Easy to install and relocate, it can provide a secure transmission of information. The systems also allow for space-to-ground connections, such as Airbus' SpaceDataHighway™ (SDH),
The R&D team of Reuniwatt has been working on improving cloud observation and forecasting techniques since founding of the company in 2010. Reuniwatt presents cloud observation research at the International Symposium on Tropospheric Profiling 2019 Our collaborator Guillaume Roussel has brought our latest results to ISTP11 in Toulouse, holding a presentation on the topic of "Cloud detection and cloud base height retrieval using a ground
Come and meet us at the next Meteorological Technology World Expo, the world’s largest meteorological event taking place in Geneva, Switzerland from 05.-07. June 2019.
Come and meet us at the next Meteorological Technology World Expo, the world’s largest meteorological event taking place in Amsterdam, Netherlands from 10.-12. October 2018.