Welcome to the next EUMETNET workshop of Crowdsourcing: Best Practices and Future Planning in Crowdsourcing
The workshop will be held in Helsinki from 14th to 15th February 2018 (lunch to lunch) at Finnish Meteorological Institute's headquarters (Dynamicum).
This is an internal EUMETNET workshop: attendees are experts nominated by European NMS or international organizations.
Finnish Meteorological Institute
Erik Palmenin aukio 1
tel. +358 29 539 1000
The workshop program
Wednesday 14th February
Chair: Juhana Hyrkkänen, FMI
13.00 – 13.10
Opening, Tarja Riihisaari
Update of 'Experiences with data from 3rd parties', Sabine Hafner (EUMETNET & DWD)
Ongoing CS activities at KNMI, Dick Blaauboer (PDF)
First experiences of crowdsourcing at FMI, Ismo Karjalainen (PDF)
Use of crowdsourced obs at FMI weather service, Paavo Korpela
Implementation of WOW-BE and related crowdsourcing activities at RMI, Maarten Reyniers (PDF)
Crowdsourcing and IoT in METEO FRANCE, Gwénaëlle LE BLOA & Emilie Mallet (PDF)
Towards a New Standard in the Field of Crowd-Sourced Weather- and Impact- Observations, Thomas Krennert (ZAMG) (PDF)
Social event and buffet at FMI building
Thursday 15th February
Chair: Ismo Karjalainen, FMI
SINOBAS, almost five years of “citizen meteorology” and crowdsourcing of “singular weather” reports, Delia Gutierrez-Rubio (AEMET) (PDF)
Potential and challenges for the use of crowdsourced observations in NWP related activities, Mohamed Dahoui (ECMWF, via WebEx) (PDF)
Coffee and working in groups
Splitting in three groups. Each group will attend every theme for 20 minutes.
Three themes (facilitator):
- Data sources, sharing and legal issues (Lasse Latva)
- Data formats (Roope Tervo)
- Image processing and quality control (Ismo Karjalainen)
Conclusions, Wrap-up and follow-up of CS activities
End of the workshop
Please be informed that registration ends on the 2nd February 2018.
Please send abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 2nd February 2018.
Head of unit (Observations services)
Head of group (Observation systems)
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