More safety, capacity and efficiency for flights and less environmental impact

These are the achieved benefits of ALARM (“multi-hAzard monitoring and earLy wARning systeM”), a SESAR-funded project whose goal is to develop a prototype global multi-hazard monitoring and Early Warning System (EWS). A global multi-hazard monitoring means near-real time (NRT) and continuous global Earth observations from satellite, with the objective to generate prompt alerts of natural hazards affecting ATM and to provide information for enhancing situational awareness and providing resilience in crisis.

To learn more about the ALARM project, see our end-of-project interview with ALARM coordinator Manuel Soler:

The content of this interview has been published in Carlos III University of Madrid media and International press:

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