Meteoceanics Environment & Security conducts scientific research and provides services in dynamical system analytics, modelling, dynamic risk and predictability assessment for decision support to sensitive environmental and security operations, particularly in aerospace, naval, undersea, financial, public health and civil protection contexts. Moreover, it is deeply committed to the development of methods and scientific products for the analysis, physical-chemical modelling and decision support in risk assessment of extreme events and natural resource management.
We also conduct full-fledged multiscale earth system dynamic and socio-environmental impact modelling and prediction, along with associated decision support frameworks and products towards adaptation and mitigation e.g. in the face of multiple hazards ranging from climatic to public health.
The strength of our services is grounded on hard science underlying rigorous complex system science, data analytics and model design. That enables us to provide concrete solutions vastly ahead of the state of the art from typical environmental centres.
Our activities are further complemented by developments in nonlinear signal processing including advanced nonlinear dynamic encryption for secure communications in sensitive contexts ranging from finance to transportation, from civil protection to environmental security. Our proprietary non-ergodic coevolutionary and synergistic dynamic algorithms in information physics enable secure data encoding, transmission and processing beyond the state of the art in the public literature, providing a level of security and competitiveness unattainable by standard information frameworks. We have special deals to help those women and men in uniform that work tirelessly to protect our lives, ranging from health care professionals to the military.
While generically open to contact from interested parties, Meteoceanics shall only pursue collaborations with idoneous entities sharing the values fostered by the Charter of the United Nations.