Airviro News archive

Hands-on training in air quality modelling for Bulgarian association

ABEA, the Association of Bulgarian Energy Agencies in Bulgaria, uses the state of the art air quality management system Airviro, developed by SMHI and Apertum, for air quality assessments of Bulgarian cities. During a week in September two employees from ABEA visited SMHI for practical training and …

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New Airviro system in Ukraine

SMHI has installed a new Airviro system at the Ukrainian Center of Environmental and Water Projects (UCEWP). The aim is that the Airviro system will help Ukrainian experts to assess risks and help plan remediation strategies.

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Improved description of traffic congestion

Previously there have been difficulties to correctly reproduce hourly traffic conditions for road sources. Now you have the possibility to use a new functionality in Airviro for classifying traffic flow.

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Security settings in Java

If you experience problems when logging in to Airviro, it might be due to security settings in the newest Java version (7.51). This short guide will show you how to solve the problem.

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Bureau Veritas provides data collection services for Wycombe city council

Bureau Veritas is using its Airviro system to collect data from the three ambient air stations that Wycombe city council has.

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Support for Cyrillic characters

Starting with v3.21.83 Airviro has support for Cyrillic characters in databases and reports. It is installed in St Petersburg.

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Airviro v3.23 released

The release includes support for ship sources, nesting down to street level in Dispersion and posssibility to export time series from OSPM / Open road simulations. EDB and Dispersion has support for the Spanish language. This is the last release in the v3.20 series.

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Airviro training, London 4-5th of March

Airviro training will be held in the UK on the 4-5th of March. On the first day we’ll focus on dispersion modeling and especially nesting. On the second day parallel sessions will be held, chose between working with emissions or system administration training.

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User Group Meeting successfully held in Tallinn

The first Airviro User Group Meeting for Northern Europe was held in Tallinn, Estonia, 24th – 25th May 2012. Delegates from Estonia, Russia, Sweden and the UK met during two days to share experiences, take part in training and hear the latest news on Airviro.

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User Group Meeting and Training for Northern Europe

We have the pleasure to invite you to the first Airviro User Group Meeting and Training for Northern Europe in Tallinn, 24-25th of May. Meet experienced Airviro users, get the latest news on shipping emissions and Airviro development and take this chance exchange experiences with other users.

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