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The 25th annual meeting of the European Working Group on Operational meteorological Workstations (EGOWS) was hosted by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute in Oslo, Norway, June 02-05, 2014.
EGOWS was founded in 1990 as an informal forum for people working in the development field of operational meteorological workstations. The annual EGOWS meeting offers an excellent platform for exchanging information and furthering co-operation among the experts from European NMS’s, ECMWF and other institutes.
The meeting consists of presentations, software demonstrations, and working group sessions. Talks and demonstrations focus on the latest developments and give the participants the opportunity to demonstrate their current operational systems. Working groups are intended for discussions on special subjects. The meeting language is English. The EGOWS meeting doesn’t only focus on IT technology it can also encompass methodology, organisation of forecasting.
|Solfrid Agersten||MET Norway||Highlights from the MetCoOp project 2011-2014 still developing…|
|Erik Bolstad||NRK||A trip down memory lane – the early development of Yr|
|Kieran Commins||Met Eireann||METweb|
|Erik Hagemark||MET Norway||Capacity building project in south-east Asia|
|Sören Kalesse||DWD||Event based forecasting and collaboration|
|Heiko Klein||MET Norway||Fimex: A library offering an abstract data-model for gridded data-formats|
|Bjørn K.Larsen||MET Norway||Challenges of building a user friendly map client, case halo.met.no|
|Jozef Matula||IBL||Weather art contra grid mess|
|Jean Nicolau||Meteo France||SYNOPSIS project : from SYNERGIE to SYNERGIE-Next|
|Heli Paajanen||FMI||SmartMet II based weather warning system at the FMI|
|Jaime Rey||AEMET||AEMET's National Forecasting System Modernization Project|
|Ian Russel||ECMWF||Recent Developments in Metview|
|Stephan Siemen||ECMWF||Latest software and service developments at ECMWF|
|Ernst de Vreede||KNMI||Using web services for visualisation|