Published December 22, 2018 | Version v1
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Report on TID algorithms

  • 1. Observatori de l'Ebre
  • 2. National Observatory of Athens
  • 3. German Aerospace Center
  • 4. Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences
  • 5. Borealis Global Designs Ltd.
  • 6. Frederick University
  • 7. Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
  • 8. Frederick Research Centre

Description

TechTIDE project, funded by the European Commission Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Program, will establish a pre-operational system to demonstrate reliability of a set of TID (Travelling Ionospheric Disturbances) detection methodologies to issue warnings of the occurrence of TIDs over the region extending from Europe to South Africa. TechTIDE warning system will estimate the parameters that specify the TID characteristics and the inferred perturbation, with all additional geophysical information to the users to help them assess the risks and to develop mitigation techniques, tailored to their application. This document is TechTIDE D2.2 “Report on the TID algorithms” and it is an output of TechTIDE Task 2.2 (Development of the TID identification algorithms and products) of the WP2 (TID identification methodologies) which has the final goal to release the basic algorithms for the TID identification and to test a first version of the value-added products for implementation in the TechTIDE warning system.  The document highlights four aspects of the TID algorithm release process, (1) Development based on the concept, techniques, and algorithms (2) Verification, an internal testing process that ensures algorithm correctness, (3) Benchmarking needed to prepare algorithms to transition to operations, and (4) Validation, an external process of ensuring that developed algorithms are compliant with the stated end user expectations.

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Funding

TechTIDE – Warning and Mitigation Technologies for Travelling Ionospheric Disturbances Effects 776011
European Commission