Modules

The Airviro system is designed to support all steps included in Air Quality Management. The work flow used for Air Quality Management is often described using the ”Assessment Cycle”. The cycle consists of three activities; Monitoring, Emission inventories and Dispersion modelling.

The best and most efficient results when working with air quality management are achieved when using a system which integrates all steps in the assessment cycle.

The Indico tools

The Indico tools support activities connected to monitoring, i.e. data collection, validation, analysis, data storage and presentation. The modules are called Indico Presentation, Indico Administration, and Indico Validation.

EDB

The  EDB module facilitates the compilation of emission inventories and provides a high performance database for the different emission sources which can be used for separate emission modelling, dispersion modelling, presentation etc.

There are also tools to support specific parts of the work with emissions. One such tool is National EDB which adds functionality to perform analysis on large emission inventories (containing several years of emissions).
 

Dispersion

The Dispersion module is a framework for runing dispersion models and wind models. The models can be native Airviro models or third-party models that have been integrated in the system.

The Dispersion module is suited for larger installations handling many projects over a longer period. The frame-works make it possible to combine different models, i.e. when performing nested dispersions calculations.

While many dispersions models face problems when including a large number of sources, the Dispersion frame-work can make use of parallel processing to achieve higher computational performance. This makes it possible to perform dispersion modelling on large areas with high grid resolution.

In the long run, the seamless integration of the different tools in the assessment cycle can give large benefits in terms of time-savings and more complete studies.

Airviro Modules Assessment Cycle
The three steps of the assessment cycle.

The best and most efficient results when working with air quality management are achieved when using a system which integrates all steps in the assessment cycle.

The Indico tools

The Indico tools support activities connected to monitoring, i.e. data collection, validation, analysis, data storage and presentation. The modules are called Indico Presentation, Indico Administration, and Indico Validation.

EDB

The  EDB module facilitates the compilation of emission inventories and provides a high performance database for the different emission sources which can be used for separate emission modelling, dispersion modelling, presentation etc.

There are also tools to support specific parts of the work with emissions. One such tool is National EDB which adds functionality to perform analysis on large emission inventories (containing several years of emissions).
 

Dispersion

The Dispersion module is a framework for runing dispersion models and wind models. The models can be native Airviro models or third-party models that have been integrated in the system.

The Dispersion module is suited for larger installations handling many projects over a longer period. The frame-works make it possible to combine different models, i.e. when performing nested dispersions calculations.

While many dispersions models face problems when including a large number of sources, the Dispersion frame-work can make use of parallel processing to achieve higher computational performance. This makes it possible to perform dispersion modelling on large areas with high grid resolution.

In the long run, the seamless integration of the different tools in the assessment cycle can give large benefits in terms of time-savings and more complete studies.

Airviro Modules Assessment Cycle
The three steps of the assessment cycle.