Structure from Motion (SfM) refers to the process of using a collection of digital photographs of a common object or area to produce a 3D model in the form of a point cloud.
The simulations of wave-driven currents and computation of sediment transport patterns and morphodynamics using the PISCES models are generally based on the TOMAWAC wave model.
Our drought simulation workshop helped Bristol Water test their draft Drought Plan, and be better prepared to manage droughts specific to their resource system.
HR Wallingford is leading a project in Peru which will use remote sensing technologies to allow for more effective monitoring of tailings dams.
From thermal and nuclear power stations, to marine renewable energy developments, our specialist services help to manage water-based risks for power projects
HR Wallingford delivers flood forecasting and warning systems that are designed to be quick, accurate and reliable under extreme catchment conditions.
HR Wallingford is at the forefront of climate change risk assessment in the UK and internationally. We translate the latest scientific research into practical policy advice, adaptation strategies and decision support tools.
We offer a full range of tailored environmental solutions, integrating environmental assessment in our modelling, dredging, flood risk, water management and engineering advisory services.
The Fast Flow Facility is one of the world's largest marine test facilities, delivering a world-leading capability in wave-current-sediment-structure modelling.
Our tsunami wave simulator generates model-scale tsunami in the laboratory, allowing researchers to better understand the potential impact of tsunami once they reach the coastline.
14,400 m² of physical modelling facilities housed in three purpose built halls