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Comprehensive software for modelling road traffic pollution

Model development and verification

ADMS-Urban and ADMS-Roads have been comprehensively verified in a large number of studies. This includes comparisons with data from the UK's Automatic Urban and Rural Network (AURN) during all of our consultancy studies and specific validation exercises using standard field, laboratory and numerical data sets.

CERC is also involved in European programmes on model harmonisation, and our models have been compared favourably against other EU and US EPA systems.

For further details of verification studies that have been carried out, please browser the Model validation page.

User support and training

ADMS-Roads is supplied with an in-depth user guide (see the User Guides page) that details all user inputs and outputs, and includes a number of step-by-step worked examples.

Full details of the technical specification of ADMS-Roads can either be found in the Technical specifications page or on request from CERC.

An annual maintenance contract provides support for users; this includes:

  • maintenance model upgrades,
  • use of the helpdesk by e-mail, phone, fax or post,
  • attendance at the annual user group meetings,
  • newsletter twice a year, and
  • access to the password-protected user area.

A range of ADMS-Roads training courses are offered by CERC. Please browse our Training pages for more details.

If you would like any further information or to speak to one of our consultants about ADMS-Roads, please contact us.

Current versions and system requirements

Current software versions and release dates are listed here.

System requirements and compatibility with third-party software are described on the System requirements page.

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