Climate impact and
extreme weather events
Weather and climate services rely on data from systematic in-situ and remote observations. Such observations are fundamental to understand the current state of the global to local weather and climate, as well as expected future changes. EO technologies provide an unprecedented amount of data and measurements that confirm the effects of the climate change and global warming like an increasing number of extreme climate events such as hurricanes, typhoons, heatwaves, drought and floods.
MEEO has a long and consolidated tradition in providing Earth Observation (EO) climate data services to inform and facilitate climate resilient development around the globe. EO data enables global climate research by providing timely and accurate information in large quantities about the Earth’s atmosphere, landmasses, and oceans. This exceptional amount of climate data paves the way for an intensive and massive usage of artificial intelligence techniques to improve the quality of weather forecast.
On Friday Jan. 29 2021 @3pm CET MEEO will participate to the webinar “Data from satellites: a new business opportunity” with Anilkumar Dave, Head of the unit “Innovation and Transfer of Technologies” of the...
Eodataservice.org, the platform created by MEEO to offer interoperable environmental data discovery, access, sub-setting, visualisation, processing and download services, finalist of the Big Data Challenge 2017, has been selected to...