Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) (www.fmi.fi)
Finnish Meteorological Institute is a research institute under the Ministry of Transport and Communications of Finland. It provides
operational and research information related to weather and climate for the needs of the public and decision-makers, including the production of
numerical weather predictions.
ENVEO IT GmbH (www.enveo.at) ENVEO IT GmbH, founded in 2001, is an engineering company based in Innsbruck. Austria. It is specialised in remote sensing techniques and applications for hydrology and meteorology, including basic research, transfer from research to applications, and services in hydrology and water management.
Environment Canada (EC) (www.ec.gc.ca) The Climate Processes Section of Environment Canada conducts research that contributes to a better understanding of climate system behaviour in Canada, with a focus on cold climate processes and their representation in climate models. A long-standing research program is the development of satellite-based capabilities to characterize the spatial and temporal aspects of the cryosphere in northern Canada, with a focus on snow cover (snow water equivalent), sea ice and lake ice.
Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) (www.ymparisto.fi) The Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) with a staff of about 600 is a national research and development centre under the Ministry of the Environment, Finland. The institute provides environmental information, publishes assessments on the state of the environment, conducts research on the environment and environmental effects of activities and analyses approaches and methods for the prevention and mitigation of harmful effects.
GAMMA Remote Sensing AG (www.gamma-rs.ch) GAMMA Remote Sensing AG is a Swiss corporation located in Gümligen near Bern, Switzerland founded in 1995. The overall objective of GAMMA is to conduct research studies and to provide consulting and processing services in the field of microwave remote sensing. The topics include signal processing, microwave signature interpretation, retrieval algorithm development, and modeling activities.
Norsk Regnesentral (NR) (www.nr.no)
Norsk Regnesentral (Norwegian Computing Center, NR) is a private, independent, non-profit foundation established in 1952. NR carries
out contract research and development projects in the areas of information and communication technology, applied statistical modelling and earth
observation. NR has been a leading research and development institute in satellite remote sensing since Norway started to focus on this discipline in
the beginning of the 1980s.
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