Mesh Warrior

Hygie-Tech, a computational fluid dynamics company, announced that they had created some new software, HG_Flow GMESH for use with their scanners which allows the vast amount of data created in a 3D laser scan to be used on a desktop computer. Admittedly some of you might be thinking 'So what?!’ but when you realise that this allows you to do high definition wind flow scans of your facility, down to the millimetre, so that you can map any agent cloud released and accurately plan your escape routes and other contingency plans then it might make more sense.

Their GMesh is not designed to be used by a mathematician and has been aimed at the CBRN and hazmat community.

Hygie-Tech, a computational fluid dynamics company, announced that they had created some new software, HG_Flow GMESH for use with their scanners which allows the vast amount of data created in a 3D laser scan to be used on a desktop computer. Admittedly some of you might be thinking 'So what?!’ but when you realise that this allows you to do high definition wind flow scans of your facility, down to the millimetre, so that you can map any agent cloud released and accurately plan your escape routes and other contingency plans then it might make more sense.

Their GMesh is not designed to be used by a mathematician and has been aimed at the CBRN and hazmat community.

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