The SolaRes service participated in a competition with four other companies, organised by TotalEnergies. Comparison scores between SolaRes estimates and observations were more than encouraging ! read more
HYGEOS participated in the kick-off meeting of the ESA-funded BiCOME project, led by the Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML). HYGEOS is in charge of the satellite signal decontamination using the Polymer atmospheric scheme. read more
HYGEOS contributed to two important annual bulletins that monitor the Earth system: the BAMS (Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society) State of the Climate, and the new WMO (World Meteorological Organization) air quality bulletin. read more
The CAMS2_35 project, led by HYGEOS, started on 1st of September 2021. It is part of the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) programme, funded by the European Union and operated by ECMWF. read more
BiCOME (Biodiversity of the Coastal Ocean: Monitoring with Earth Observation) project, led by the Plymouth Marine Laboratory, will start soon after successful negotiations with ESA. read more
The CAMS 43 project led by HYGEOS gave three presentations at the EGU 2021 online meeting. The topics covered are upgrades of the global aerosol model used in CAMS; simulation of the stratospheric atmospheric composition and of the COVID-19 impact on global aerosols and trace gases. read more
HYGEOS together with the LOA produced a new generation of synthetic data in the framework of a contract for EUMETSAT. The data set is innovative in terms of (i) scene realism, (ii) spectral coverage (0.3 to 15.5 microns), (iii) spectral resolution (between 0.5nm and 0.25 cm-1) and (iv) spatial coverage (full geostationnary disk). See the project dedicated page
HYGEOS participated to the fourth General Assembly of the Copernicus Atmospheric Monitoring Services in Budapest, on 16-20 September 2019. read more
HYGEOS participated to the EU PVSEC held on 9-13 September in Marseille, France. read more
HYGEOS participated to the ICEM conference held on 25-27 June 2019 in Copenhagen, Denmark. read more
HYGEOS has done two presentations and a poster at Living Planet Symposium. read more
Publication describing our radiative transfer tool SMART-G is accepted and available here.
HYGEOS participated to the SolarPACES conference held on 2-5 October 2018 in Casablanca, Morocco. read more
HYGEOS animated a 16-student workshop at the Institut Supérieur d'Agriculture in Lille (ISA), dedicated to the exploitation of satellite data in farming applications. read more
HYGEOS participates to the technical day on solar energy in the French Region 'Hauts de France'.
HYGEOS published a paper on remote sensing of the underwater light field in the ocean from satellites. read more
26-h lecture on image processing, in collaboration with the Université Littoral Côte d'Opale (ULCO)
As a first author and co-author, HYGEOS published a paper on fog nowcasting. read more
We made radiative transfer computations to explain why the sun appeared red on 17 October in Lille. read more
HYGEOS participated to the Solar PACES conference held on 26-29 September in Santiago De Chile. read more
This week, Mathieu Compiègne represents HYGEOS at the annual EUMETSAT conference that takes place in Rome. read more
Final review of the daily PAR (Photosynthetically Active Radiation) project leaded by HYGEOS at ESA/ESRIN (Italy)
Mustapha Moulana will work on 3D radiative transfer code using GPU technologies.
We have updated our website. read more
HYGEOS celebrates its 15th anniversary! About 50 guests have joined us at Euratechnologies, Lille, on December the 12th 2016.
After receipt of the final payment and its distribution to partners, the FP7 ImagineS project is closed.
Estimates of the solar ressource, will be presented at the 22nd SolarPaces conference, Abu Dhabi, 11-14 October 2016.