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March 14th, 2013
New Data Sets for India Now Available for SimCLIM for ArcGIS Desktop

The SimCLIM for ArcGIS Add-in, which is an easy to use tool, brings the big data of general circulation models (GCM) for climate change modeling to the ESRI community. The innovative methods for data processing applied by CLIMsystems allows for the delivery of high quality spatial data to the end user community.

CLIMsystems has recently been nominated by ESRI for consideration of an award for the Standalone Desktop Application (Runtime) with the winner soon to be announced at the ESRI Partner Conference in Palm Springs later this month. Both our managing director Dr. Peter Urich and our senior scientist Dr. Peter Kouwenhoven will be attending the conference.

See http://climsystems.com/ to register for a trial version, download the Add-in and data and make online purchases.

CLIMsystems

CLIMsystems, established in 2003, has an impressive international footprint delivering innovative climate modeling tools backed by high quality data processing capabilities. The science underpinning the models is supported by a prestigious scientific advisory panel of preeminent climate change scholars. The extensive network of Associates located around the world and affiliated with a range of stakeholder groups further strengthens the commitment and capacity for CLIMsystems to deliver high quality products and services.