Software for the atmosphere and the environment

We offer advanced software solutions for atmospheric modelling: visit our page dedicated to the numerical models and software tools.

We also develop custom tailored software solutions for data analysis and visualisation for the atmosphere and the environment both for our own internal activity and for our customers, based on the most recent and modern technologies. High performance computing, data analysis, visualization dashboards, are just a few examples of the project we delivered along our activity.

In agreement with our customers, whenever it is possible, we like to release our software with Free Open Source license (FOSS), as in the examples hereafter.

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MEDEA - Meteorological Dependent Emission Algorithms - a Python library to prepare time dependent emissions, as a function of meteorological variables. Three algorithms are implemented to compute odour or airborne dust emissions.
The code is compatible with the following dispersion models: CALPUFF, AERMOD, ARIA-IMPACT and SPRAY.
MEDEA is open and free software, distributed with AGPL 3.0 license on github.

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AirVeg is an R package to import, validate, analyse and visualise air quality and meteorological data produced by numerical simulations of measurement stations.
The package has been initially developed for the LIFE VEG-GAP, project and it is currently maintained by Simularia. It is distributed with the GPL license.

For more information, visit the project documentation site.

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A collection of functions and tools useful to post process and visualise data produced by air quality numerical simulations. The package is developed in R language and is available on CRAN with GPL license.

More information and the documentation are available in the dedicated documentation website.

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A Python library to read and write binary files in the ADSO/BIN format, used by some atmospheric dispersion models.
The library also includes a CLI tool to summarise the content of files in such a format.
More information is available in the public project repository.