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Explore our solutions dedicated to wind safety, comfort, energy production, and climate change adaptation for buildings and infrastructure.

Our software and services ensure wind safety during and after construction, optimize comfort, and ensure long-term durability.


+20 years

of wind engineering and climate analysis expertise

CFD technology

for accurate modeling of wind flows in urban environments.”


aerodynamic studies conducted on buildings and urban infrastructure


of all sizes, on all types of terrain, even complex ones.

Safe structures, efficient buildings, sustainable cities

We model the effects of wind flow and solar radiation on structures and in the urban master plan to mitigate risks and ensure worker safety, provide comfortable spaces, and improve building energy efficiency.

Our expertise in CFD simulation and local climatology optimizes your architectural and urban planning projects in accordance with current building or comfort standards.

Construction Site Safety

Buildings or Lightweight Structures

Urban Comfort

Urban Renewable Energy

Impact of Climate Change

on Cities & Buildings

Secured cranes and lifting equipment

We offer solutions to ensure the wind safety of your construction equipment, such as cranes and lifting equipment.

Our modeling tools characterize airflow in urban environments and enable the assessment of local wind characteristics, affected by the presence of buildings and/or topography.

Our site-specific effects expertise assesses the impact of wind on cranes and lifting equipment, and provides solutions to mitigate the impact of these site effects.

Our wind safety solutions for cranes and lifting equipment

Secure your construction sites by identifying site effects through wind and local topography CFD modeling.

Tower Cranes: Site specific effects expertise

Overturning Risk Prevention CFD computation of wind in urban areas, dynamic management of autorotations and crosswinds. Countermeasure design.

Lifting Equipment

CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) modeling of wind flows at the construction site with risk area assessment.

Meteodyn EC1: Wind load calculation software for structures according to Eurocode 1

Automatic calculation for Eurocode 1 wind design. Defines the terrain category, the reference wind speed at the site, and the peak dynamic pressure exercised on your structure.

Secured buildings or pylons

The wind design of structures such as buildings, steel frames, or lattice towers is critical to the safety of people, the durability of structures, and compliance with standards such as Eurocode 1.

Structural failure due to excessive wind loads can cause structures to collapse, but oversizing them is economically costly.

An accurate assessment of the reference wind speed and the peak dynamic pressure exerted on structures is essential for designing them to withstand high winds and storms.

Our solutions for the wind safety of buildings, pylons and lightweight structures

Design secure and wind-resistant buildings, lightweight structures and pylons according to European and international standards.

Meteodyn EC1: Wind load calculation software for structures according to Eurocode 1

Automatic calculation for Eurocode 1 wind design. Defines the terrain category, the reference wind speed at the site, and the peak dynamic pressure exercised on your structure.

CFD assessment of reference wind speed

CFD computation of reference wind or peak dynamic pressure according to Eurocode 1 or current international standards. Secure your structures without oversizing by accurately modeling local topographic effects.

Assessment of the reference wind speed based on measurements or reanalysis data

In addition to CFD calculations, use of reanalysis data or local measurements to determine maximum storm intensity at the construction site.

Comfortable cities and buildings

It is essential to consider the climatic dimension for comfortable indoor and outdoor spaces for users.

Outdoors, the wind can create uncomfortable windy corridors for pedestrians. The sun, on the other hand, can create stifling heat islands.

Indoors, wind and sunlight contribute to bioclimatic design through solar gain and natural ventilation, reducing energy consumption of homes and enhancing their comfort.

Accurate modeling of wind and solar irradiance enables identifying discomfort sources, addressing them, and optimizing spaces and structures.


Urban comfort software and services

Design buildings and urban areas that are comfortable for pedestrians and users by integrating the climatic dimension into your architectural projects.

UrbaWind: Urban Wind Modeling Software

Model in 3D and analyze wind flows in the built environment with UrbaWind. It consists of three modules: Pedestrian Wind Comfort, Natural Ventilation, Small Wind Energy.

Pedestrian wind and solar comfort study

Evaluate pedestrian comfort according to current standards. 3D mapping of wind flows and solar irradiance within the urban area, identification of uncomfortable areas, and solutions recommendations.

Building thermal comfort study

Reduce heating and air conditioning needs by optimizing the natural ventilation and solar gain of buildings. 3D numerical modeling of the building, wind and solar radiation within the master plan.

Plus energy buildings

Yesterday an energy consumer, the city of tomorrow will be passive, self-consuming and energy-producing.

Integrating solar panels and small wind turbines into buildings reduces their environmental footprint and dependence on fossil fuels.

Numerical simulations accurately model solar irradiance and wind flows in the built environment, optimizing the positioning of renewable energy systems according to topography and local characteristics, while accurately computing their annual energy production at a lower cost.

Solutions for urban renewable energy development

Respect the RE2020 by integrating solar panels and small wind turbines into your projects. Discover our dedicated software and services.

UrbaWind: Urban Wind Modeling Software

CFD software for the 3D analysis and modeling of wind flows in urban environments. It consists of three modules: Pedestrian Wind Comfort, Natural Ventilation, Small Wind Energy.

Small urban wind

Study of urban wind potential, optimization of small wind turbine placement, and energy yield computation through 3D numerical modeling of wind flows within the master plan.

Urban solar panels

Study of urban photovoltaic potential and optimization of solar panel placement through 3D numerical modeling of solar irradiance within the general plan.

Resilient Cities and Infrastructure

Climate change is putting increasing pressure on cities and their infrastructure. To prevent its impact, it is imperative to accurately assess the climate hazards threatening them.

By analyzing historical data, it is possible to map climate projections, define future trends in temperature, precipitation, and extreme weather events to anticipate their impact on cities and their infrastructures, and develop effective adaptation strategies to increase their resilience and climatic regulation.

Our solutions for the resilience of cities and infrastructure against climate change

Assess the impact of climate change on cities and infrastructure, and define adaptation strategies to increase their resilience.

Climate Hazard Assessment

Compilation of a comprehensive inventory of historical climate data (temperatures, wind speeds, precipitation, etc.) for a region, followed by a statistical analysis to identify trends and variations.

Climate Projection Mapping and Analysis

Projection of possible climatic changes in a region (temperature, precipitation, winds...) according to the different IPCC' RCP/SSP scenarios and identification of the most vulnerable areas through mappings.

Climate Change Impacts on Cities & Infrastructure

Regional analysis of past climate hazards, projection of future trends, and assessment of their impact on cities and infrastructure to develop targeted adaptation and mitigation strategies.

Adaptation of cities to climate change

Definition of effective adaptation strategies to climate change and resulting extreme events in order to protect the security of infrastructure, the environment and the well-being of citizens.


WHITE PAPER – Pedestrian Wind Comfort

Moving from theory to practice, this white paper will guide you through the numerical evaluation of pedestrian wind comfort in urban environments and provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the subject.