The Air and Space Academy welcomes Gil Denis, technological development manager at Airbus Defense and Space, and Alix Roumagnac, president of Predict Services, to Toulouse tomorrow evening.
A current conference
Forest fires across Europe and the United States, earthquake in Morocco, floods in Libya… Natural disasters are legion this year and closely monitored by the satellites ofEarth observation.
THE climate change increases the exposure of populations to risks in general and to hydrometeorological risks in particular.
On September 26, theAir and Space Academy (AAE) welcomes two eminent specialists to explain the increasingly important role played by satellites in the management of risks and major disasters: Gil Denistechnology development manager at Airbus Defense and SpaceAnd Alix Roumagnacpresident of Predict Services.
They will describe the information provided by satellites before, during and after a natural disaster, depending on the type of risk.
After a presentation of the operational use of satellites in combination with other data sources, this role will be illustrated more precisely in the case of floods and flash floods.
Date and time: Tuesday September 26, 2023 at 6 p.m.
Location: José Cabanis media library – 1, allée Jacques Chaban Delmas – 31500 Toulouse
Free and free entry within the limit of available places
Information at https://academieairespace.com/evenement/les-satellites-au-service-de-la-gestion-des-risks-et-des-catastrophes-naturelles/