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Whether you are engaged in academic research or require weather and airflow data to properly design and implement your projects and programs, you’ll find A2C easy to use and highly accurate.

A2C’s advanced technology includes a rich set of features and capabilities unmatched by any airflow application available today. A2C is the only solution available today with a single model that incorporates 2-way interaction between mesoscale and CFD modeling information. Users get an accurate picture not only of how weather, geography and other factors affect an urban area, but also of how buildings might
affect airflow and weather.

  • A2C’s single-model approach saves users time since they only need to learn one model.
  • A2C can simulate any location in the world, unlike other applications that work well only under a limited range of conditions or scenarios.
  • A2C’s high-resolution 2-D and 3-D rendering helps you visualize and apply your data to real-life scenarios.
  • A2C’s scalability—integrating mesoscale and computational fluid dynamics modeling—gives you a wide range of options for predictive modeling, from the details of thermal emissions of a single building in an urban landscape to the effects of pollutants over an entire continent with a varied and complex terrain.
  • A2C is a robust solution, successfully handling the complex computations required for large-scale simulations with a wide range of boundary conditions (size of the area being studied, temperature, time of day, where airflow is going to a single point, etc.)
  • A2C runs on multiple platforms, has an extremely user-friendly interface, and is easy to learn, lending itself to diverse environments and a broad population of users—from non-technical users to scientists.