The International Space Weather Initiative ISWI is a program of international cooperation to advance the space weather science by a combination of instrument deployment, analysis and interpretation of space weather data from the deployed instruments in conjunction with space data, and communicate the results to the public and students.


ISWI Newsletter:


National instruments:

GIFDS – Global Ionospheric Flare Detection System
(Note that GIFDS‘ data distribution concept is currently under construction
and will be available in the near future via the Ionospheric Monitoring and
Prediction Center – IMPC)

SOFIE – SOlar Flares detected by Ionospheric Effects


National coordinator:

Daniela Banyś
German Aerospace Center (DLR)
Institute of Communications and Navigation
Kalkhorstweg 53
17235 Neustrelitz