The upcoming OCP Innovation Seminar will bring together the executive and technical leaders of Tomorrow.io, the WMO, and CGMS experts for a robust discussion on the emerging needs, recent advancement, and potential impacts of the space-based observing system for precipitation observation. More than 5 billion people worldwide live outside of basic weather radar coverage. Tomorrow.io has recently announced its plan to bring critical weather radar coverage to the entire globe by deploying the first-ever operational satellite constellation equipped with precipitation radars, aiming to provide high-quality weather intelligence to every part of the world. At our next OCP innovation webinar, Tomorrow.io leaders will provide the audience with details of its constellation. WMO and the Coordination Group for Meteorological Satellites (CGMS) will present programs and activities related to the current and future space-based global observing system, their impacts on operational and research needs (including for precipitation), and other new observations expected to emerge in the future. This Innovation Webinar provides the opportunity for participants to learn about the future and potential of satellite observations of the Earth System.
Date/Time: 15:00 – 16:30 UTC/GMT; 16:00 – 17:30 CET, Tuesday, 14 December 2021
Online platform: ZOOM
- Tomorrow.io Space Program Briefing.pdf