atmospheric modeling Companies

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NOAA Center for Atmospheric Sciences

based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA)

The NOAA Center for Atmospheric Sciences (NCAS) is a cooperative partnership with four institutions: Howard University (HU) – lead institution, Jackson State University (JSU), the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez (UPRM), and the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP), and two major universities: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), and the State ...

Atmospheric Systems Corporation (ASC)

based in Santa Clarita, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Atmospheric Systems Corporation (ASC) is a California based business that was established for the design, manufacture, sales and use of surface based atmospheric remote sensing instruments and systems to monitor the atmospheric boundary layer parameters such as wind, turbulence and temperature profiles. ASC embodies the innovation, research, development, and years of ...

Atmospheric Technologies Inc. (ATI)

based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA)

Atmospheric Technologies Inc. (ATI) is an air quality/safety and meteorological company providing essential expertise in the field of air quality and air safety monitoring in Western Canada. We offer real world solutions for real-time air quality monitoring to industry, government and the community.

National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)

based in Boulder, COLORADO (USA)

UCAR, NCAR, and UOP are part of a collaborative community dedicated to understanding the atmosphere—the air around us—and the interconnected processes that make up the Earth system, from the ocean floor to the Sun`s core. The National Center for Atmospheric Research and the UCAR Office of Programs provide research, facilities, and services for the atmospheric and Earth ...

Vortex

based in Barcelona, SPAIN

Wind farm modeling and wind power data simulations. Vortex is an on-line atmospheric modeling service designed by wind industry professionals. We remotely run state-of-the-art technology, packaged in useful products, one click away from your desktop. Vortex started its technology development in 2007 by former wind site engineers, atmospheric physicists and computer ...

Photo Emission Tech, Inc.

based in Camarillo, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Photo Emission designing, manufacturing and marketing Solar Simulation Systems and IV Measurement Systems. Solar Simulation Systems simulate the spectra of the sun in the earth’s atmosphere or in space. Applications include testing solar cells, environmental exposure testing and studying of photochemistry / photobiology effects.

ARIA TECHNOLOGIES

based in Boulogne-Billancourt, FRANCE

At ARIA Technologies we specialist in computation of pollutant dispersion, meteorological analysis, wind, emission, and air quality modeling. ARIA Technologies works with leading European laboratories to offer the most suitable solutions to industry, government, and engineering consultancies. ARIA Technologies has completed 15 years of activity focused on a single ...

Enviroware s.r.l.

based in Concorezzo, ITALY

Founded in 1997, Enviroware provides advanced consulting services in atmospheric impact assessment, industrial risk evaluation, development of modelling tools and development of environmental software. The expertise of Enviroware guarantees to the Clients the achievement of their objectives, with complete satisfaction. The company can develop modelling tools specifically ...

EIFair AS

based in Kjeller, NORWAY

EIFair AS offers a web-based service developed to simulate an Environmental Impact Factor of emissions to the atmosphere. This web-based service gives significant value to the oil industry, industrial compounds and industry for simulating environmental impacts from their activities. The tool, EIF-Air, utilises many years of research and provides access to complex ...

CHARM Software

based in Lometa, TEXAS (USA)

Development of the CHARM Software began in 1981. At that time, personal computers were very limited in their capabilities. Because of the computer memory and speed restrictions, the first versions of CHARM contained a puff model for advection and dispersion calculations. A puff model simulates a continuous release as a series of discreet puffs. The number of puffs was ...

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