CERC — Environmental Software and Services

CERC news

< Previous12345678910111213141516171819202122232425Next >

5 Jul 20162016 CERC Model User Survey

The 2016 survey of CERC Model Users is now open for responses. This year the survey asks users about how they use the models, about their views on the support and training services that CERC provide and about their suggestions for topics that should be discussed at the User Group Meetings in London on 9-10 November. Users of CERC models who would like to take part in the survey but have not received an email invitation can email CERC for a link to the survey. The survey will remain open for responses until the end of July.

22 Jun 2016Registration is open for the ADMS User Group Meetings, 9-10 November 2016

You can register now for the 2016 User Group Meetings, which will be held in London on 9th and 10th November.

  • ADMS 5 User Group Meeting: 9th November
  • ADMS-Urban and ADMS-Roads User Group Meeting: 10th November

These meetings will include the usual mix of presentations by CERC staff and software users and are the ideal opportunity to hear the latest news and advice on new model features. Users with a valid support contract are entitled to one or two delegate places free of charge depending on the type of licence held. Please contact CERC if there is a topic you would like to be covered at one of the meetings or if you would be willing to give a 'user view' presentation. More details will be published later in the year. Registration will remain open until 31st October 2016.


21 Jun 2016QCumber-EnvHealth stakeholder workshop

QCumber-EnvHealth is a new software platform to quantify urban environmental exposure and health risks under different policy scenarios. It is being developed under an Innovate UK project by Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants and the Universities of Edinburgh, Glasgow and Strathclyde with guidance from Glasgow City Council and Transport Scotland. A full range of stakeholders met with the project team at our Glasgow workshop on 13th June for a discussion of the project, the policy context and the benefits of the platform. This will be used to inform the policy case studies that will be assessed in the second half of the project.

Learn more

17 Jun 201620% discount on CERC training courses

CERC now offers a 20% discount on scheduled CERC training courses, if purchased at the same time as a software annual licence or support renewal; click here for further details. This discount also applies to one-day refresher courses. Discounted training must be booked within 12 months of purchase. See also training prices for more information.


26 May 2016Chelmsford joins the airTEXT air quality forecasting service

We are delighted to welcome Chelmsford City Council to the airTEXT air quality and health forecasting service. Chelmsford residents can now sign up for free air quality alerts by SMS text message, email, voicemail, and Twitter. The forecasts are also available on free phone apps for Android and iPhone.

CERC and the Council have worked together to extend the airTEXT service to the council area. airTEXT provides three-day forecasts of NO2, PM10, PM2.5 and ozone at street-scale resolution using CERC's ADMS-Urban modelling system. For more information on airTEXT, ADMS-Urban or forecasting services please contact CERC.

Chelmsford is the third local authority to join the airTEXT service within the last eight months. The free airTEXT service is now available to residents in all thirty-three London Borough Councils, as well as Slough Borough Council, Three Rivers District Council, Colchester Borough Council and now Chelmsford City Council. For information about how your local authority can join airTEXT please contact CERC.

You can also follow CERC news on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and by RSS.

< Previous12345678910111213141516171819202122232425Next >


© CERC 2020. All rights reserved. Legal disclaimer.

This site uses cookies to store user preferences about visual presentation.

Display: [Normal] [High contrast] [Printer-friendly]