Projects


AutoPollen Program - Automatic Pollen Detection network

Project webpage http://eumetnet.eu/activities/miscellaneous/current-activities-mi/autopollen/
Title AutoPollen Program - Automatic Pollen Detection network
Abstract AutoPollen program aims to establish a prototype network for real-time automatic pollen monitoring across Europe. The program will receive, process and distribute data made by AutoPollen participant, who include both EUMETNET members and 3rd parties.
Project objective AutoPollen program aims to:
  • define standards of automatic pollen monitoring
  • demonstrate the feasibility of a European network by integrating developing and planned projects
  • deliver information and recommendations to members for the establishment of automatic pollen networks and the development of related products based on real-time pollen data
  • actively engage with stakeholders to ensure end-products are designed with their needs as priority
  • provide a space to share multidisciplinary expertise to ensure synergy and collaboration
  • explore the was to standardisation and the possible extension of the activity to WMO
Key words pollen, automatic network, EUMETNET
DHMZ-a role in the program DHMZ will actively participate in the WP4 Outlooking: products, expected impacts, interaction with stakeholders, collaboration and communication
Contact person for DHMZ Lidija Srnec, MSc; +385 1 45 65 624; e-mail: lidija.srnec(at)cirus.dhz.hr
DHMZ's Cooperation Institution Andrija Štampar Teaching Institute of Public Health
Duration 1/1/2018 - 31/12/2022
Budget Total: 753 k€
Project leader Bernard Clot, MeteoSwiss
Partners ARSO – Slovenian Environment Agency
CHMI – Czech Hydrometeorological Institute
DHMZ – Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service
DWD – German Weather Service
FMI – Finnish Meteorological Institute
HNMS – Hellenic National Meteorological Service
IMGW-PIB – Institute of Meteorology and Water Management (Poland)
Met Eireann – The Irish Meteorological Service
MeteoLux – Luxemburg Weather Service
MeteoSwiss – Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology
ZAMG – Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics
Sciensano, Belgium
Siauliai University, Lithuania
Biosense Institute Research – Institute for Information Technologies in Biosystems, Serbia
Swedish Natural History Museum, Sweden
Asociación Española de Aerobiología (AEA) – Red Española de Aerobiología (REA), Spain
AERONET, Turkey
National Pirogov Memorial Medical University, Ukraine
European Aerobiology Society