This september, Reuniwatt's team was present at the EMS Annual Meeting in Bonn, Germany. Our latest publications Our R&D team is proud to present some posters from our ongoing research projects: Assessment of direct normal irradiance assessment from cloud optical depth of geostationary meteorological satellites in Germany Mon, 05 Sep, 14:00–15:30 | b-IT poster area | P11 as well as three new publications from
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
[Webinar Series] Volcanic eruptions and aerosols - what did we learn from the Hunga-Tonga? On January 15, 2022, the undersea volcano at Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai erupted. At the time, signals evaluated by ECMWF showed that material from the eruption rose higher than 20 km. According to recent research, it rose in fact to 58 km, and the event gained worldwide attention. A volcanic
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.
Sky InSight is showcased in the April 2018 issue of Meteorological Technology International Magazine. A dedicated article on pages 80-82 explains how the infrared sky imager enables to obtain automatic 3D cloud mapping 24/7. To the MTI article If you want to go further: More about Sky InSight Full version of the magazine
Reuniwatt, a French company specialised in cloud observation and forecasting, announced the arrival of Laurent Sauvage as an Executive Advisor. This position was created to support the growth of the company’s activities in the meteorological sector. Laurent Sauvage has a strong track record as an entrepreneur in the energy and meteorological markets, with 20 years of experience. His successes include the co-founding and scientific direction
At the occasion of its 16th Annual Assembly, which will take place in Trieste (Italy) from September 12.-16. 2016, the European Meteorological Society (EMS) focuses on coastal meteorology. Given the fact that nearly 40% of the European population lives within 50 km from coasts, the quality of weather forecasts is crucial since it largely impacts the safety and the economic activity of insular and littoral areas. As a solar generation