Orals AM1


High Impact Weather: Forecasting Systems, Socio-Economic Benefits and User Perspectives
Conveners: Ken Mylne , Adriaan Perrels  | Co-Conveners: Yong Wang , Bernhard Reichert 
 / Wed, 14 Sep, 11:00–13:00  / Room Oceania AB
 / Attendance Wed, 14 Sep, 14:00–15:00  / Hall

Wednesday, 14 September 2016
Room Oceania AB
Chairperson: Adriaan Perrels
Setting the stage

Session introduction (Perrels) and 3 Poster express presentations (Stefan, Chen, Cazulli)

A Review of the Socio-Economic Benefits of the Met Office
Will Lang
Specific impacts oriented forecasting & warning

EMS2016-127 | presentation
Medium- to long-range forecast applications for high impact weather using predefined weather regimes
Robert Neal and Rutger Dankers
11:45–12:00 EMS2016-9
Road traffic safety during the severe bora wind at the eastern Adriatic coast (withdrawn)
Alica Bajic
Dedicated forecasts for renewable electricity production

EMS2016-253 | presentation
Application of Forecasting in REMCs - Development in India
Indradip Mitra, Aravindakshan Ramanan, Mandeep Kaur, Sunil Sharma, Markus Wypior, and Detlev Heinemann
EMS2016-495 | presentation
GUI for weather forecast products tailored to the needs of renewable energy industry
Tobias Reinartz, Alexandros Bouras, Isabel Metzinger, and Malte Siefert
Accounting for human behaviour in impact oriented forecasting

EMS2016-519 | presentation
Increasing Accuracy of National Load Forecast using a Nominal Meteorological Input, Temperature Index
Beytiye Derya Aydın and Ahmet Faruk Kavak
EMS2016-711 | presentation
Maximizing the number of informed citizens may not maximize societal benefits
Adriaan Perrels and Francesco Ciari