MeteoSwiss is involved in projects with other meteorological services, national and international organisations, universities and research institutes.
The meteorological and climatological research carried out by MeteoSwiss is aimed at improving our services for the benefit of the population as well as the economy.
MeteoSwiss is also involved in international collaborative projects in developing countries and emerging economies. Knowledge transfer is a catalyst for improving climate observations and services, and increases the extent to which the partner countries share their knowledge and experience at an international level.
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HEAT-SHIELD intends to improve heat resilience of European workers.
EUPORIAS intends to improve the societal benefit from long-term forecasts of climatic conditions.
The aim of the CLIMANDES-2 project is to develop user-tailored climate services for decision-makers in Peru and to train meteorologists in the...
CATCOS Phase 2 aimed at enhancing climate monitoring and cooperation capacities in ten countries and improving the use of climate-relevant data.
CATCOS Phase 1 supported seven developing and emerging countries in the establishment or resumption of climate-relevant measurements.
The CATCOS project strengthened the capacities of ten developing and emerging countries to systematically gather climate data.
MeteoSwiss has been a partner in the "Satellite Application Facility on Climate Monitoring" project (CM SAF) since 2004.
Within the project “Strengths and Weaknesses of different Satellite Sensors for Snow Monitoring in Lebanon,” MeteoSwiss evaluated the suitability...
COSMO-NExT is the next-generation system of MeteoSwiss for numerical weather prediction (NWP) with a forecast range of up to five days.
Extreme precipitation has recently caused unexpectedly devastating floods in Switzerland. Such meteorological events cannot be avoided, but their...