Fifteenth European Space Weather Week
November 5 - 9, 2018, Leuven, Belgium

Session 4 - Aviation Meets Space Weather - Roadmap Towards Space Weather Services for Aviation

Marcin Latocha (Seibersdorf Laboratories), Erwin De Donder (BIRA-IASB)
Monday 5/11, 15:45-17:15


We aim to enhance a roadmap for a space weather service for aviation. We emphasize user-oriented approach intending to present user needs, practical user’s solutions for dealing with space weather effects, recommendations and legal regulations, and current trends in aviation operation due to space weather. We invite pilots, flight dispatchers, airline operators, aviation organizations, regulatory bodies, engineers and scientists to support dialog between users and service developers.

KEYWORDS - Services for aviation, space weather effects on aviation, radiation, radiation protection, avionics errors, ionospheric disturbances, aircraft communication and navigation signals


Accepted Contributions

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Talks

Space-wx for airline pilotsSievers, K
PECASUS, a European Space Weather Service Network for AviationKauristie, K
Smartphone-Based Network for Measurements of Atmospheric Radiation Levels Clewer, B
DISTURB: real-time solar spectrum monitoring from 10 to 3000 MHzBrentjens, M
HF-START: Radio Propagation Information Service for AviationHozumi, K

p-Posters

First analysis of GLE 72 using neutron monitor data and assessment of radiation environment at aviation altitudesMishev, A
On user liaison between space weather services and the aviation sectorVan den oord, G
Radiation Environment at Flight Altitude: Model Verification with Aircraft MeasurementJiyoung, K
PECASUS: GNSS user domain serviceWilken, V
PECASUS: Radiation Expert Group and ServiceDe donder, E
Assessing the radiation level at aviation altitude along different route in South Africa.Nndanganeni, R
Upgrade of the International GLE database for estimation of radiation exposure at flight altitudesMishev, A
Current Status of WASAVIES: Warning System for Aviation Exposure to Solar Energetic ParticleSato, T
Integration of DYASTIMA to European Space AgencyPaschalis, P