Some of our projects.
We've been working with the Danish Technical University's Department of Wind Energy for more than 15 years, helping to develop the WAsP and WAsP Engineering software. These complex wind energy modelling applications are used by many thousands of engineers around the world.
Tiger is a set of wildfire simulation models which are being applied for Mediterranean area fire training and investigation work. Our interest in fire modelling goes back twenty years, to the EU ModMed project.
From 2006-2010, we were involved in the EU-sponsored Fire Paradox project. Our role was to develop a spatial wildland fire simulation framework, and integrate wind flow models with combustion models. We also developed proof-of-concept software to support communication about wind conditions between field and base.
We produced a complex, highly configurable web application for display of live-updated time-series wind observations. You can see Risø's server running online. It's been up and running for about 10 years.
The TreeCreeper software calculates biodiversity measures from spatial and non-spatial plant species data. Automatic multiple random simulations can be performed. We have posted the source code on CodePlex.
Tikaka is a Windows Phone app which calculates the effect of slope on radiative flux for a given location and date. It's a free download from the store.
Disable CAPS LOCK in Windows. Let your little finger roam with confidence over the left hand side of the keyboard! This tiny utility is free to download.