Aviation

Aviation

Aviation Safety

Civil aviation puts safety at the top of its concerns. Everything is done to make air traffic remains one of the safer transportation modes.
To match ever growing aviation safety needs, Cimel designs Remote Sensing Solutions adapted to the needs of civil aviation and compliant with ICAO standards.

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Localization / Qualification / Action

Better monitor, understand, model and forecast aerosols of various origins like the intrusion of plumes from distant sources (natural or agricultural biomass fires, volcanic ashes, sand storms, pollution…) in order to take measures
to preserve human health and traffic safety as well as to mitigate economic impacts.

Operational Monitoring

Surveillance / Intrusion

The safety and efficiency of your flight operations are the most important aspects to manage. Weather phenomena can have a significant impact on your ability to safely and successfully maintain flight operations.
Cimel’s range of highly reliable and accurate aerosol monitoring solutions will help to ensure that you meet the most diffcult weather related challenges.

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Our References

VOLCANO MOUNT ASO

VOLCANO MOUNT ASO

AAMS Air quality Aviation CE318T Climate Science News Photometers
Volcano eruption of Mount Aso in Japan – A peak of AOD due to volcanic ashes Keywords : Photometer, Aerosols Optical...
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VOLCANO LA PALMA

VOLCANO LA PALMA

AAMS Air quality Aviation CE376 Climate Science Lidars News
La Palma eruption (Canary Islands) – volcanic plumes tracking by our LiDARs Keywords : LiDARs, Aerosols, Atmosphere, La Palma, Cumbre Vieja...
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The plume of the Icelandic volcano Bardarbunga pollutes the air in the Nord – Pas de Calais

The plume of the Icelandic volcano Bardarbunga pollutes the air in the Nord – Pas de Calais

Air quality Aviation Success stories
At the end of September 2014, the Nord - Pas de Calais region suffered an episode of heavy air pollution due to the eruption of the Icelandic volcano Bardarbunga, which has already been going on for more than a month.
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