Airviro News archive

Transfer of ownership and support continuation

The Airviro System has up to now been owned in equal shares between the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI) and Apertum IT AB. SMHI have now decided to transfer it’s half of the ownership to the Estonian Environmental Research Centre (EERC, Eesti Keskkonnauuringute Keskus OÜ).

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Update on the Airviro course in Cheshire

Due to the small number of confirmed participants for the Airviro training course scheduled for October 2016 in Cheshire, we have decided to alter the contents of the training.

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The effects on the air quality from Baltic Sea shipping

Shipping is a large source of air pollution, and it is therefore important to study its effect on both climate and air quality. In a project commissioned by the Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI), SMHI has calculated the effect of Swedish shipping on the air quality in the …

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Invitation to Airviro course in October 2016

We would like to invite you to attend our next Airviro course in Macclesfield, Cheshire, UK. The course will be held over four days, October 4-7.

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New Airviro system in Uruguay

SMHI is installing a new Airviro system in Uruguay at the National Directorate of Environment (DINAMA, Dirección Nacional de Medio Ambiente).

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Airviro UK User Group Meeting January 22

SMHI and APERTUM IT AB in collaboration with Leicester City Council invites you to participate in the 2016 Airviro UK user group meeting.

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Release of Airviro 4

Airviro has been updated to version 4.0. With the update comes a major face-lift to the user interface and maps, better Java solutions and a lot more.

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Welcome to the Airviro User Group Meeting in Tallinn, Estonia

SMHI and Apertum would like to invite all Airviro users in Europe to a user group meeting on the 29th May 2015 at the Estonian Environmental Research Centre in Tallinn, Estonia. The meeting will take place between 10 am and 16 pm.

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Welcome to the Airviro User Group Meeting in Doncaster

SMHI and Apertum would like to invite all Airviro users in the UK to a User Group Meeting on the 24th February. This year’s theme will be the upcoming release of Airviro 4.0. We will explore new features including a new user interface with a modern and user friendly design.

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New Airviro for Singapore

The National Environment Agency of Singapore has chosen Airviro as central system for their meteorological network.

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