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TECO-2018 presentations

WMO TECHNICAL CONFERENCE ON METEOROLOGICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL INSTRUMENTS AND METHODS OF OBSERVATION

(CIMO TECO-2018)

(Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 8-11 October 2018)

 

Programme

Topic 1 Characterization and standardization of environmental measurements – traceability assurance
Topic 2 Emerging measurement technologies: from development to operation
Topic 3 Ensuring sustainability of measurements
Topic 4 Measurement and integration challenges in the next 20 years
JOINT CIMO TECO-2018 & GWEC SESSION Observations – sustainability, innovation and quality

 

Topic 1: Characterization and standardization of environmental measurements – traceability assurance

No.

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O1_1

Weather radar data representation supporting the emergence of weather radar as a global resource

Dr Daniel Michelson (Canada) et al.

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O1_2

Traceability and Calibration of Weather Radar Reflectivity Measurements by Means of a Target Simulator

Dr Marc Schneebeli (Switzerland) et al.

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O1_3

Comparing DEVG & EDR Aircraft Turbulence Metrics

Dr Douglas Body (Australia)

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O1_4

Air temperature measurement uncertainty associated to a mounting configuration temperature sensor-radiation shield

Ms Miruna Dobre (Belgium) et al.

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O1_5

Specification and evaluation of present weather sensors

Dr Wiel Wauben (Netherlands) et al.

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O1_6

Development of upper-air simulator for the calibration of radiosondes

Dr Yong-Gyoo Kim (Republic of Korea)

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O1_7

Can commercial PRTs meet WMO CIMO response time specifications?

Mr Stephen Burt (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

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O1_8

WIGOS & OSCAR: Where Observational Requirements Meet Observational Capabilities

Dr Jörg Klausen (Switzerland) et al.

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O1_9

Regional instrument centers: towards new roles for even better measures

Dr Rabia Merrouchi (Morocco)

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O1_10

Interlaboratory Comparison (ILC) in RA-II, V and VI

Mr Kouichi Nakashima (Japan)  et al.

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O1_11

Efforts to develop a quantitative definition of cloud base height for aviation

Dr Ulrich Görsdorf (Germany) et al.

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O1_12

A new WMO Guide for the Measurement of Cryospheric Variables

Mr Craig D. Smith (Canada) et al.

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O1_13

Improving the WMO Guide n.8. Results on the experimental evaluation of the effect of presence of obstacles in the vicinity of sites hosting near surface meteorological measurement - The case of the road

Dr Graziano Coppa (Italy)  et al.

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Posters

No.

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P1_1

Experiences with the CIMO siting classification in the Dutch meteorological observation network

Mr Marijn de Haij (Netherlands) et al.

P1_2

The QUATRAM Campaign: QUAlity and TRaceabiliy of Atmospheric aerosol Measurements

Dr Monica Campanelli (Italy)  et al.

 

P1_3

Air temperature measurement  uncertainty  associated to a mounting configuration temperature sensor-radiation shield

Dr Miruna Dobre (Belgium)  et al.

P1_4

Results of WMO RA VI laboratory inter-comparison

Mr Drago Groselj (Slovenia)  et al.

P1_5

Assessing the uncertainty, the repeatability and stability of wind measurements of Doppler LIDARs

Dr Ludovic Thobois (France)  et al.

P1_6

Accreditation of RIC-Casablanca and presentation of uncertainty budgets in laboratory and on site

Mr Mounir Aziz (Morocco)  et al.

 

P1_7

Long-term comparisons of screened and aspirated methods of measuring air temperature

Mr Stephen Burt (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

P1_8

Intercomparison of Vaisala RS92 and RS41 sondes under controlled laboratory conditions

Dr Graziano Coppa (Italy)  et al.

P1_9

Calibration of the new Precipitation Gauge Lambrecht rain[e] H3 at Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD)

Mr Holger Doerschel (Germany)  et al.

P1_10

Metrological evaluation of the building influence on air temperature measurements

Dr Carmen Garcia Izquierdo (Spain)  et al.

 

P1_11

Using data assimilation diagnostics to estimate correlated radiosonde uncertainties

Mr Bruce Ingleby (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

P1_12

Effect of snow-reflected radiation in near surface air temperature measurements

Dr Chiara Musacchio (Italy)  et al.

P1_13

Quantifying and Mitigating Wind-Induced Undercatch in Rainfall Measurements

Mr Michael Pollock (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)  et al.

P1_14

Calibration services at the Laboratory of the Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD) to assure traceability

Dr Tilman Holfelder (Germany)  et al.

 

P1_15

Calibration Challenges In Southern Africa

Mr Webster Magwaro (Zimbabwe)

P1_16

An Assessment of the UV A and UV B Radiometer Measurement and its comparison with Global Radiation

Mr Anjit Anjan (India)  et al.

P1_17

Interlaboratory comparisons organized by RIC-Casablanca in WMO RA-I

Mr Mounir Aziz (Morocco)  et al.

P1_18

A method for correcting and determining uncertainties of measurements by the EE-33 humidity sensor for climate reference measurements in Germany

Dr Sven Brinckmann (Germany)  et al.

 

P1_19

An assessment of the impact of a single-Alter windshield on snowfall accumulation reported by a heated tipping bucket gauge

Dr Samuel T. Buisan (Spain) et al.

P1_20

Automatic Weather Station Architecture

Mr Luis Ca (Guinea-Bissau)

 

P1_21

Assurance of the traceability of meteorological measurements in the Ministry of the Environment of El Salvador

Prof Saul Canjura (El Salvador)

P1_22

Improving quality measurements of temperature and humidity for urban climatological services

Mr Savino Curci (Italy)  et al.

P1_23

Air Temperature Measurement: The effect of sensor diameter

Dr Michael de Podesta (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)  et al.

P1_24

Metrologie   for   Meteorologie  and   QMS

Mr Moctar Diop (Senegal)

 

P1_25

Feasibility study for automated GRUAN radiosoundings

Dr Christian Félix (Switzerland)  et al.

P1_26

Intercomparison of Shelters in the RMI AWS Network

Mr Luis González Sotelino (Belgium)  et al.

P1_27

How to use different methods of calibration to achieve cost- effective

Dr Islam Hassan (Egypt)

P1_28

Using GRUAN radiosonde data to estimate biases in NWP fields and satellite radiances

Mr Bruce Ingleby (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland) et al.

 

P1_29

Calibration:Standards and Traceability of instruments in IMD

Mr Rakesh Kumar (India)  et al.

P1_30

Desktop siting classification

Ms Nina Elisabeth Larsgård (Norway)  et al.

P1_31

Evaluation of the Performance of Present Weather Sensors

Dr Jan Lenkeit (Germany)  et al.

P1_32

Siting Classification of Automatic Weather Station Moroccan Network

Mr Nabil Nouni (Morocco)

 

P1_33

Determination of automatic weather station self-heating originating from accompanying electronics

Dr Peter Pavlasek (Slovakia)  et al.

P1_34

Centinel  II: A system for the remote calibration of the pyranometers installed in the PFV of Cuba with connection to the national electricity network

Mr Juan Carlos Pelaez  (Cuba)  et al.

P1_35

Metrological Investigation on Deep Ocean Thermometers

Dr Andrea Peruzzi (Netherlands)  et al.

P1_36

Wooden and plastic screen intercomparision in a Mediterranean climate - The case of Barcelona

Mr Ricard Ripoll (Spain)

 

P1_37

Microclimate impact on minimum and maximum air temperature

Ms Elina Rudovska (Latvia)

P1_38

Siting Classification Implementation in Observing Network of TSMS

Mr Selçuk Sahin (Turkey)  et al.

P1_39

Asssessment of Propagation Effects and Radar Data Quality with Dual-Pol Target Simulator during the Olympic Winter Games

Dr Marc Schneebeli (Switzerland)  et al.

P1_40

Study on the Effect of Vertical Wind Components on Compact Ultrasonic Anemometers

Mr Karsten Schubotz (Germany)  et al.

 

P1_41

Calibration of scatterometers using a reference transmissometer in Korea

Dr Park Seongchong (Republic of Korea)  et al.

P1_42

Snow depth maps in Catalonia

Mr Aleix Serra (Spain)  et al.

 

P1_43

Dynamic calibration of two catching type drop-counting rain gauges

Dr Mattia Stagnaro (Italy)  et al.

P1_44

Calibration of non-catching type rain gauges: preliminary tests on an optical disdrometer

Dr Mattia Stagnaro (Italy)  et al.

 

P1_45

Towards a Reference Climate Data Management System

Mr Denis Stuber (France)

P1_46

Calibration facilities, Standards available at IMD’s renowned calibration Lab

Mr Shende Uday (India)  et al.

 

P1_47

Measurement Characterisation, the reasons we should bother!

Dr Jane Warne (Australia)

P1_48

Recent results from siting classification in the Nordic countries and Baltic states, applying a common metadata scheme for air temperature measurements

Dr Mareile A. Wolff (Norway)  et al.

 

 

Topic 2: Emerging measurement technologies: from development to operation

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O2_1

A Breakthrough in 24/7 Operational Observations of  Lower Tropospheric Thermodynamic Profiles with High Temporal and Vertical Resolutions  by Means of Raman Lidar

Prof Volker Wulfmeyer (Germany) et al.

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O2_2

A field assessment of a novel rain measurement system based on  earth-to-satellite microwave links

Dr Matteo Colli (Italy)  et al.

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O2_3

Rainfall retrieval from commercial microwave links:  from a validated  potential towards worldwide operational applications  (? )

Dr Marielle Gosset (France) et al.

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O2_4

Last activities and results of the WMO-CIMO Testbed for Aerosols and Water Vapor Remote Sensing Instruments (Izaña, Spain)

Dr Emilio Cuevas (Spain) et al.

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O2_5

Operational use of Aircraft Derived Data for meteorology and other applications

Dr Paul Mark Alexander de Jong (Netherlands) et al.

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O2_6

Possibilities of atmosphere optical characteristics measurement during upper-air sounding

Dr Alexander Kochin (Russian Federation)

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O2_7

Application of Miniature Sensors in the Development of Micro-climate Stations for Urban Climate Studies in Hong Kong

Mr John Kai-Wing Chan (Hong Kong, China) et al.

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O2_8

Cloud Mapping by Using the Data from Different Observing Systems

Mr Kemal Dokuyucu (Turkey) et al.

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O2_9

First experiences with the newly-developed Swisens Pollen Monitor

Mr Erny Niederberger (Switzerland)  et al.

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O2_10

A preliminary assessment of the biases between ECMWF forecasted winter precipitation and the adjusted winter precipitation at different WMO-SPICE sites

Dr Samuel Buisan (Spain) et al.

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O2_11

Remote Measurements of Volcanic Plume Electrification Using a Sparse Network Technique

Dr Jeff L. Lapierre (United States of America) et al.

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O2_12

Comparison of electrostatic, radio and human observation techniques for thunderstorm warning at the WMO field intercomparison site in Vigna di Valle - Italy

Dr Alec Bennett (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland) et al.

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O2_13

Uncertainty sources that limit the precipitation identification / quantification and extinction coefficient determination capabilities of optical present weather and visibility sensors

Mr Klaus Heyn (Germany) et al.

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Posters

No.

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P2_1

Accurate Profiling of atmospheric temperature and Humidity with a new Lidar system from Raymetrics

Dr George Georgousis (Greece)  et al.

P2_2

Mode-S: the full story

Dr Edmund Keith Stone (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)  et al.

 

P2_3

The solar radio flux observed by dual-polarization weather radars in Europe: examples of daily and sub-daily observations at 5 and 3 cm

Dr Marco Gabella (Switzerland)  et al.

P2_4

Adaptive scanning of thunderstorm cells with a X-band mobile radar integrated in an operational thunderstorm tracking context

Dr Jacopo Grazioli (Switzerland)  et al.

P2_5

visIvis – Evaluation of Vision based Visibility Measurement

Dr Harald Ganster (Austria)

P2_6

Drone development project in FMI Observation services

Mr Jani Gustafsson (Finland) et al.

 

P2_7

Results of tests the Fog Stability Index modification by using remote sensing and numerical model's data blending technology for fog nowcasting project in Pulkovo airport

Dr Nikolay Baranov (Russian Federation)  et al.

P2_8

Development of a Peltier-based chilled-mirror hygrometer “SKYDEW” for balloon sounding

Dr Takuji Sugidachi (Japan)  et al.

P2_9

X-Band Weather Radar for Airport Applications

Mr Jochen Mertens (Germany)  et al.

P2_10

Cloud Observation System

Mr Musa Mete (Turkey)  et al.

 

P2_11

Meteorological observation test of airship used in the stratosphere

Mr RongKang Yang (China)  et al.

P2_12

Automatic Observation Systems by AEMET in Antarctica

Mr Jose Vicente Albero (Spain)  et al.

P2_13

India Meteorological Department (IMD) make GPS Pilot-sonde for upper wind observations

Mr Mohd. Imran Ansari (India)  et al.

P2_14

Development of the SolarSIMs

Dr Richard Beal (Canada)  et al.

 

P2_15

Thermo-?uid dynamic simulations of the Hotplate precipitation gauge and wind tunnel experiments

Ms Arianna Cauteruccio (Italy)  et al.

P2_16

Development of Automatic Cloud Observation System(ACOS) Estatimating the Amount and Base Height of Cloud

Dr Ki-Ho Chang (Republic of Korea)  et al.

P2_17

Improvement of Rainfall Measurements by Using Dual Tipping-Bucket  Rain Gauge

Mr Jeong Hwan Choi (Republic of Korea)  et al.

P2_18

Prototyping a verstatile, interoperable and gregarious (VIG) logger: early stages

Mr Nicolas De Coster (Belgium)  et al.

 

P2_19

Technology for automotive  agrometeorological  monitoring of a large agriculture plants

Dr Valerij  Anatolevich Dolgij-Trach (Russian Federation)  et al.

P2_20

AOD and water vapor column monitoring with “Triple Photometry” at observatory MOL-RAO, Lindenberg, Germany

Dr Lionel Doppler (France)

 

P2_21

Comparison of wind speed measurements between small and miniature Doppler Sodars and a Lidar

Mr Jean-Michel Fage (France)

P2_22

Development of a prototype spectrophotometer based on an acousto-optic tunable filter for measurements of total column ozone

Mr Eric Gonzalez Peralta (Mexico)

P2_23

Preliminary results from the use of free ADS-B data acquisition system for meteorological purpose in the Basque Country

Mr Gómez de Segura José Daniel (Spain)  et al.

P2_24

Development of the Technology for total cloud cover based on machine learning

Mr HyeongGuk Kim (Republic of Korea)

 

P2_25

Wind LIDAR verification campaign at the Cesar Observatory in Cabauw

Dr Steven Knoop (Netherlands)  et al.

P2_26

Independent field test of the solar monitoring system RaZON+

Dr Marc Korevaar (Netherlands)  et al.

P2_27

SUV, the new series of Smart UV radiometers

Dr Marc Korevaar (Netherlands)  et al.

P2_28

Validation of the Satellite-derived AtmosphericMotion Vectors (AMVs) from INSAT-3D Imager

Mr Amit Kumar (India)  et al.

 

P2_29

Latest Development of the Lightning Location Network over the Pearl River Estuary and Data Analysis Related to Tropical Cyclone Monitoring

Ms Olivia Shuk-Ming Lee (Hong Kong, China)

P2_30

An Improvement of the Doppler Weather Radar Network in China

Dr Haihe Liang (China)  et al.

P2_31

A self-draining paired buckets for the weighing raingauges

Prof Gyu-Ho Lim (Republic of Korea)  et al.

P2_32

Research on Comparison Analysis and Inversion Algorithm of Temperature and Humidity Profiles of Ground-based Microwave Radiometer

Mrs Jiajia Mao (China)  et al.

 

P2_33

High Wind Speed Recorder: Full Solution 

Mr M Danish Mohammad Danish (India)  et al.

P2_34

Automatic Weather Station: Full Solution

Mr M Danish Mohammad Danish (India)  et al.

P2_35

Design Construction and Calibration of Self Recording Precipitation, Temperature and Relative Humidity Measurement Equipment

Mr Babatunde Abraham Okunlola (Nigeria)

P2_36

Frequency Interference and Detection Methods in Meteorological Radars

Mr IsmaIl TemIr (Turkey)  et al.

 

P2_37

Development of X-band Dual-pol Phased-Array Weather Radar (DP-PAWR)

Dr Masakazu Wada (Japan)

P2_38

Estimation and Analysis of Integrated Precipitable Water Vapor(IPWV) from a Network of 25 Ground-Based GNSS Receivers over Indian Subcontinent

Mr Ramashray  Yadav (India)  et al.

P2_39

Validation of Total Precipitable Water Vapor Retrieved from INSAT-3DR Sounder Using estimation of a network of 25 Ground-Based GNSS Receivers over Indian Subcontinent

Mr Ramashray Yadav (India)  et al.

P2_40

The observations of sub-tropical weather by a prototype water vapour Differential Absorption LIDAR (DIAL) in Hong Kong

Mr Wai-Lung Yeung (Hong Kong, China)  et al.

 

P2_41

Development of new thermometer shields with the ventilation speed controller

Mr Daiki Yoshida (Japan)  et al.

P2_42 Development and industrialization of a handy and portable irradiation sensor measuring global, diffuse, and direct solar irradiation with no need for sun tracking systems or moving parts Mr Alessandro Rossi  (Italy) et al.

 

 

Topic 3: Ensuring sustainability of measurements

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O3_1

Sustainability of measurements post donor-funded programmes

Mr Andrew Harper (New Zealand) et al.

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O3_2

Experiences with Quality Evaluation of AMDAR Observations

Dr Jitze van der Meulen (Netherlands)

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O3_3

GCOS Upper Air Network (GUAN) Radiosonde Observations – Past, Present and Future

Mr Tim Oakley (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

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O3_4

Quality Assurance & Quality Control of IAGOS In Service Aircraft Measurements: Concept & Experiences Made

Dr Herman G.J. Smit (Germany) et al.

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O3_5

Radiosonde descent reports: encouraging preliminary results

Bruce Ingleby  et al.(ECMWF)

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O3_6

Field intercomparison of some candidates for measuring the reference surface air temperature

Mr Akira Yamamoto (Japan) et al.

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O3_7

Challenges in transition from mercury measuring instruments to alternative measurement technologies in Zimbabwe

Mr Webster Magwaro (Zimbabwe)

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O3_8

Lessons from the Modernisation of National Meteorological and Hydrological Services (NMHSs) - A Case Study of the Zambia Meteorological Department

Mr Oliver Mudenda (Zambia)

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O3_9

Effects of different shelter types on temperature measurements

Ms Lisa Hannak (Germany)  et al.

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O3_10

Thermal Study of Costa Rica by means Automatic Meteorological Stations

MSc.Martha Eugenia Pereira Molina(Costa Rica)

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O3_11

Freezing Prevention and Open Area Control System

Mr Ahmet Sahan (Turkey)  et al.

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O3_12

Review of the history and future of automatic upper air soundings

Mr Aki Lilja (Finland)  et al.

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O3_13

Historical siting classification

Mr Gabriel Kielland (Norway)  et al.

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Posters

No.

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P3_1

The Interactive Weather Radar Visibility Analysis Tool 

Dr KurtuluS Öztürk (Turkey)  et al.

P3_2

Summary of JMA/WMO Workshop on Quality Management of Surface Observations – RA II WIGOS Project

Mr Yoshiaki Hirano (Japan)  et al.

 

P3_3

Automatic Weather Station Design for Primary AWS networks

Mr Jorma Islander (Finland)

P3_4

The International Surface Temperature Initiative

Dr Kate Willett (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland) et al.

P3_5

Increasing the quality of homogenized long-term time series by combining novel homogenization routines and siting classification

Ms Elin Lundstad (Norway)  et al.

P3_6

Ozone Sonde Data Quality Assessment: Resolving Inhomogeneities With New Insights from the JOSIE 2017-SHADOZ Campaign

Dr Herman G.J. Smit (Germany)  et al.

 

P3_7

Performance of Electronic Sunshine Duration Sensors in IMD network and its comparison with Campbell-Stokes sunshine recorder

Mr Anjit Anjan (India)  et al.

P3_8

Analysis of variation characteristics for aerosol mass concentrations by different observation methods at Shangdianzi Station in China

Prof Yang Li (China)  et al.

P3_9

METTELSAT : weather and climate date/information Collection, processing and dissemination

Mr Adelbert Muhanga (Democratic Republic of the Congo)  et al.

P3_10

Analysis of parallel meteorological observations of co-located conventional and automatic instruments in Indonesia

Dr Ardhasena Sopaheluwakan (Indonesia)  et al.

 

P3_11

AHP a New Method for Selection of AWOS

Mr Ahmed Saad Abdelnaby (Egypt)

P3_12

Remote sensing as a complementary data source for meteorological measurement in Nigeria

Mr Samuel Akande (Nigeria)

P3_13

Kuwait Meteorological Department Services

Mr Mohammad Alsaffar (Kuwait) et al.

P3_14

Investigating the Homogeneity of Monthly Rainfall Records in Kenya

Mr Hezron Andang’o (Kenya)  et al.

 

P3_15

Sustenance of Global Climate Observation System Upper Air Network (GUAN) standard network of IMD

Mr Mohd. Imran Ansari (India)  et al.

P3_16

Rehabilitation of Environmental Conditions of Observing Stations for Improving Data Quality

Mr Mustafa Atilan (Turkey)  et al.

P3_17

New architecture of the meteorological observation network in view of the migration from obsolete to electronic  instruments

Mr Mounir Aziz (Morocco)  et al.

P3_18

Impact of wind and temperature on snowfall measurements by three Thies LPM and three OTT Parsivel2 compared with DFAR (Double Fence Automated Reference) measurements at WMO.SPICE Formigal-Sarrios site

Dr Santiago Begueria (Spain)  et al.

 

P3_19

Ecuador: Preliminary Results of the UV Radiation Network

Mr Manuel Carvajal (Ecuador)  et al.

P3_20

Modernization of the Surface Network observation in Tunisia

Mrs Saoussen Cheriaa (Tunisia)

 

P3_21

Malawi Experience with Automatic Weather Station (AWSs) Challenges and Possible Solutions

Mr Francis John Chithila (Malawi)

P3_22

Comparison of the Lightning Detecting and Tracking System's Rain Output and Automated Weather Observing System's Output for Izmir and Istanbul Regions

Mr Yusuf Salih EroGlu (Turkey)  et al.

P3_23

Ensuring Sustainability of measurements of upper air observing system

Mrs Zeinab Sayed Fahmy (Egypt)

P3_24

Improvements in the observation of the canopy layer Urban Heat Island in Milano

Dr Giuseppe Frustaci (Italy)  et al.

 

P3_25

Meteorological observation network automation in the underdeveloped countries for a better adaptation of the vulnerable zones to the climatic change (case of Guinea)

Mr Laddah Gberegbe (Guinea)  et al.

P3_26

Automatic identification of the type of atmospheric obscurity phenomena by AWS

Prof Jianxia Guo (China)  et al.

P3_27

Achievements of Reflectivity - Rainfall Rate Conversion Coefficients for 8 Radars of TSMS

Mr Aytaç Hazer (Turkey)  et al.

P3_28

Storage Stability of Ultrasonic Wind Sensors

Dr Jarmo Hietanen (Finland)

 

P3_29

Introduction of Radiosonde Humidity sensor testing method and the analysis of measurement results

Mr Liu Hou (China)  et al.

P3_30

Can manual instruments be replaced by automatic instruments?

Mr Fouad Issoufa Ali (Comoros)

P3_31

Aids for Automatic quality control of AWS data at Basque Meteorology Agency

Mr Otxoa de Alda Kepa (Spain)

P3_32

Local Manufactured Farmer Rain Gauges in Mali

Mr Adama Konate (Mali)

 

P3_33

Analysis of meteorological parameters in Schirmacher oasis, East Antarctica

Mr Rakesh Kumar (India)  et al.

P3_34

Technical Regulation as a Key Component of Quality Assurance of Hydrometeorological Products and Services

Dr Viacheslav Manukalo (Ukraine)  et al.

P3_35

Integration of Rainfall Data from Various Agencies in Gridded Map

Mr Zabani Md Zuki (Malaysia)  et al.

P3_36

A coordinated effort to improve precipitation data quality over Canada: Precipitation Round Table

Dr Eva Mekis (Canada)  et al.

 

P3_37

Evolution of extreme values in a dense Automatic Weather Station network - A case study of temperature time series of the Basque Country

Dr Maruri Mercedes (Spain)

P3_38

Automatic Weather Station: Data Management

Mr M Danish Mohammad Danish (India)

P3_39

Preliminary results of UVER measurements in a high-altitude station in the Pyrenees and comparison with a UVI forecasting system

Mr Juan R. Moreta (Spain)

P3_40

Cooperative flood forecasting and warning system

Mr Ayoub Nafii (Morocco)  et al.

 

P3_41

Radiosonde and Ozonesonde

Mrs Lynete Awuor Ochieng' (Kenya)

P3_42

On the Automation and Modernisation of the Irish Climate Station Network

Mr Tony O'Leary (Ireland)  et al.

 

P3_43

Magnitudes of Climate Variability and Changes over the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands of Kenya between 1961 and 2013 Period

Mr Jully Ouma (Kenya)  et al.

P3_44

Automatization of Meteorological Instruments on Surface Weather Observation In BMKG

Mr Fahmi Pahlevi (Indonesia)  et al.

 

P3_45

Comparison of average daily temperatures from manual measurements and from AWOS

Mrs Elena Paneva Gjorgievski (The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)

P3_46

Thermal Study of Costa Rica by means Automatic Meteorological Stations

Mrs Marta Eugenia Pereira Molina (Costa Rica)

 

P3_47

Evaluation of Hydrometeorological Network of ABHBC

Mr Hamza Rachidi (Morocco)  et al.

P3_48

The important role of the State Hydrological Institute played by the water-balance metrology

Mr Yuri Romanov (Russian Federation)  et al.

P3_49

Ensuring Sustainability of Measurements in Meteorological Instruments

Mr Christopher Sambana (Zimbabwe)

P3_50

The Basque Automatic Weather Station Mesonetwork in perspective

Mr Gaztelumendi Santiago (Spain)

 

P3_51

Methods of Meteorological Observations

Ms Elikem Setsoafia (Ghana)  et al.

P3_52

The Use of Onsite Hydrogen Generation to Improve Upper Air Operations

Mr John Speranza (United States of America)  et al.

 

P3_53

Comparison of Automatic weather Observing Station  and Conventional Instrumens Temperature Data Maxim and Minimum between the period of 2010 to 2015 at Namulonge AgroMet Station and Serere Agro-Met station Uganda

Mr Andrew Ssali (Uganda)

P3_54

Modernisation of the Meteorological Monitoring Network in Croatia

Dr Nataša Strelec Mahovic (Croatia) et al.

 

P3_55

Real Time Calibrating Differential Phase of Dual Polarization Weather Radar using Ground Clutter

Mr Zhaoping Sun (China)  et al.

P3_56

Vaisala Radiosonde RS41 Cover Update – Analysis of Comparative Soundings to Study Possible Effects on Atmospheric Profiling

Mr Petteri Survo (Finland)  et al.

 

P3_57

Ensuring sustainability of measurements in Solomon Islands

Mr Barnabas Tahunipue (Solomon Islands)

P3_58

South Sudan Meteorological Department

Mr Juma  Ali Mohammed  Taradain (South Sudan)  et al.

P3_59

Toward the Fit Weather Observation for Development of Meteorological Services in Myanmar

Mr Hla Tun (Myanmar)  et al.

P3_60

Optimization of Observation Network Based on the Requirements

Mr Özden Tüten (Turkey)  et al.

 

P3_61

IoT based modern surface meteorological observatory

Mr Shende Uday (India)  et al.

P3_62

Network of environmental monitoring in Chile

Mr Luis Valdés (Chile)

 

P3_63

Sphere calibration of two co-located polarimetric X-band radars

Ms Floortje van den Heuvel (Switzerland)  et al.

P3_64

Alternative of gradual modernization of manned measurement instruments

Mr Augusto Vargas (Peru)

 

P3_65

Development of the weather observations network at the Icelandic Meteorological Office (IMO)

Dr Sibylle von Löwis (Iceland)  et al.

P3_66

Extraction of  atmospheric vertical velocity from observations of WPR combined with millimeter-wavelength radar during precipitation

Dr Lei Wulfmeyer (China)  et al.

 

 

Topic 4: Measurement and integration challenges in the next 20 years

No.

Title

Author(s)

pdf

ppt

rec

O4_1

Deep neural network approach for automatic fog detection using traffic camera images

Mr Giuliano Andrea Pagani (Netherlands)  et al.

pdf

ppt

rec

O4_2

Megacities Experiment on integrated Meteorological Observation in China (MEMO)

Dr Bai Li (China)  et al.

pdf

ppt

rec

O4_3

Data Collection Network Modernisation - What You Need to Know

Mr Bruce Hartley (New Zealand)

pdf

ppt

rec

O4_4

Development of an integrated on-demand observing system

Mr Seiichiro Kigawa (Japan)

pdf

ppt

rec

O4_5

Towards a global land surface climate fiducial reference measurements network

Mrs Caterina Tassone (Switzerland)

pdf

ppt

rec

O4_6

Including Upper Air Measurements in Operational Weather Observing Networks: Example of the New York State MesoNet

Dr Ludovic Thobois (France)  et al.

pdf

ppt

rec

O4_7

Operational Early Warning System in Southern Brazil - Blending Remote Sensing and Surface Observations for Precipitation Nowcasting

Dr Cesar Beneti (Brazil)  et al.

pdf

ppt

rec

O4_8

An Internet-of-Things (IoT) system development and implementation for Automatic Weather Station (AWS) of BMKG based on MQTT Protocol

Mr Ariffudin Ariffudin (Indonesia)  et al.

pdf

ppt

rec

O4_9

Towards a unified central information processing system to operate the various automatic weather stations composing the Moroccan AWS network

Mr Youssef Darari (Morocco)  et al.

pdf

ppt

rec

 

JOINT CIMO TECO-2018 & GWEC SESSION:

Observations – sustainability, innovation and quality

No.

Title

Author(s)

pdf

ppt

rec

O4_10

Leveraging Public-Private Partnerships for

Sustainability of Enhanced National Weather

Information Services – Conceptual Basis

and Global Case Studies

Mr Jim

Anderson

(United

States of

America)

pdf

ppt

rec

O4_11

Crowdsourced data improves temperature

forecasts on Yr

Dr Thomas

Nipen

(Norway) 

et al.

pdf

ppt

rec

O4_12

The Coming Growth in the Global Weather

Enterprise-Brought to Earth Through a

Smail Satellite Constellation Near You

Peter Platzer,

CEO Spire

(GWEC)

pdf

ppt

rec

O4_13

Quality, standards, fitness-for-purpose –

what standards are needed in the GWE?

Alessandra

Liberto,

Campbell

Scientific

Inc. (GWEF)

pdf

ppt

rec

O4_14

Sustaining observations in extreme

conditions

Andrew Harper

(New Zealand)

(CIMO TECO)

pdf

ppt

rec

 

Posters

No.

Title

Author(s)

P4_1

Crowdsourcing observations with FMI Weather App

Mr Ismo Karjalainen (Finland)  et al.

P4_2

The Internet of Things and Environmental Monitoring

Mr Rod McKay (New Zealand)  et al.

 

P4_3

Development of Innovative Technology to Provide Low-Cost Surface Atmospheric Observations in Data Sparse Regions

Dr Paul Anthony Kucera (United States of America)  et al.

P4_4

Towards simplified expression of uncertainty in meteorological observations

Dr Stephanie Bell (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland) et al.

P4_5

Analysis of West African Challenges Towards Fit-For-Purpose Environmental Measurements and Integration

Dr Stella   Uche Obikwelu (Nigeria) et al.

P4_6

Challenges of Utilizing AWOS Information for Nowcasting and Weather Observation - A Pictorial/Graphical Perspective

Mr Humphrey Geoffrey Angulu (Kenya)

 

P4_7

Combining satellite infrared, lightning and ground precipitation gauges for better estimation of severity of lightning and associated flash floods across Nepal

Mr Chiranjibi Bhetuwal (Nepal)

P4_8

Technology versus computer science

Mr Raul Burgos (Chile)

P4_9

Developing high-resolution surface analyses from filtered, bias corrected home AWS data

Mr Matthew Clark (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)

P4_10

A new way to monitor the present weather through community participation

Mr Muhammad Elkarfous (Egypt) et al.

 

P4_11

New design of AWS network in Egypt

Mr Hamza Mohamed Hamza (Egypt)

P4_12

Southeast Asian Radar Network (Regional WIGOS Project)

Mr Koichiro Kakihara (Japan)  et al.

P4_13

Improving Efficiency and Quality in Weather Observation and Climate Monitoring by Using Artificial Intelligence and Information Communication Technology (ICT) Infrastructure

Mr Wilberforce Kahwa Kikwasi (United Republic of Tanzania)

P4_14

Volumetric measurements of meteorological parameters to improve the weather forecast

Dr Alexander Kochin (Russian Federation)

 

P4_15

Challenge associated with observation and reporting of maximum temperature in East Africa - A case study of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Mr Zephrean Lufurano (United Republic of Tanzania)  et al.

P4_16

Difficulties for integrating data from partner's observing networks: data transmission and integration as an example

Dr Rabia Merrouchi (Morocco)

P4_17

Rainfall Error Correction Estimation by Wind Flow Modelling

Mr David Ndiritu Muchemi (Kenya)

P4_18

National Environmental Meteorological Services in India

Dr Vijay Kumar Soni (India)

 

P4_19

Argentina: challenges of integration of observation networks

Mr Lucas Stel (Argentina)  et al.

P4_20 Croudsourcing and IoT at Meteo France Émilie Mallet (France) et al.

 

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