MDAL and QGIS Mesh Layer

QGIS can be used to work with hydraulic, hydrological and meteorological data formats. It has all necessary tools for displaying, analyzing and presenting of the temporal unstructured meshes results, coming with all benefits of open-source growing QGIS community.

Do you need processing tools to convert your data to/from mesh? Do you want to migrate your pre- or post-processing tools to open-source solutions? Are there any workflows that QGIS does not support? We can offer consultancy and development, a commercial Support or Training for your team.

Flooding simulation simulated as a mesh layer in QGIS 3D

We are backing up the QGIS Mesh Layer features and bugfixing from the day one as part of the MDAL and QGIS core development team. We help companies to integrate their products with QGIS and migrate to open-source sustainable solutions for their projects. QGIS uses Mesh Data Abstraction Library MDAL to support multiple data formats. Do you deal with mesh and temporal data and want to see your format supported in QGIS? We can support your format in QGIS and allow your team to use QGIS for your projects.

The stratospheric polar vortex in 2020 visualised as a mesh layer in QGIS

We have multiple successful projects with the sponsors of the MDAL and QGIS Mesh Layer:

BMT Global (TUFLOW) Deltares Telemac Basement Austrian government FLO-2D DHI Hydro_as-2D AnuGA

If you try to understand the capabilities and benefits of using QGIS and MDAL for your projects, we can offer you a free demo of the existing capabilities, please schedule a free demo meeting with us.

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