FAQ <ABOUT SYSTEM REQUIREMENT>

What is the system requirement for Airflow Analyst?

Multi-cores CPU, more than 8GB memory and larger than 1TB HDD are recommended as a hardware environment. To tell generally, the most balanced PC in cost and performance is the second high-end level PC in a hardware benders lineup. Microsoft Windows7 or higher version and And 64-bit OS is required because the solver algorithm is optimized for 64-bit environment. And also, ArcGIS for Desktop 10.3 and 3D Analyst is required.

Can Airflow Analyst run on the ArcGIS for Desktop CU license?

Yes. Airflow Analyst runs both SU and CU license of ArcGIS. The Airflow Analyst license is managed independently from the ArcGIS License Manager with USB key.

Does Airflow Analyst support earlier versions of ArcGIS 10.3

No. It supports ArcGIS 10.4or10.4.1.

Does Airflow Analyst support the ArcGIS 10.4 or 10.4.1?

Yes.

Does the Airflow Analyst support ArcGIS Pro?

No. But we have a plan to migrate to the ArcGIS Pro environment in the future.

How can I buy ESRI ArcGIS Desktop?

You can purchase from esri’s local distributors. If you have an old version of ArcGIS, by subscribing the Esri Maintenance Program you will be able to upgrade the ArcGIS and run the Airflow Analyst. Please contact your local distributors. And we also can sell the esri’s products in Japan. So contact us if you live in Japan.

What are the system requirements for the free trial?

Hardware Recommendation: Multi-cores CPU, more than 4GB memory and more than 500GB HDD

How can I build the topographic data or building data?

You can edit or use building data as a polygon feature class which represents the building footprint and contain its height as attribute. If you have 3D building data modeled in 3-D CAD software, it can be used geospatially placed in multi-patch feature class via COLLADA format. Please refer more detail about placing 3D data using an insert tool. (http://resources.arcgis.com/ja/help/main/10.2/index.html#//00q80000008p000000) Digital Elevation Model (DEM) in a Raster form or TIN data represents terrain are available in Airflow Analyst as a ground form. If you have contour line data or point cloud data collected from LIDER, please refer the procedure explained in the ArcGIS Help. (http://resources.arcgis.com/ja/help/main/10.2/index.html#//015w0000004q000000)