Our smart product managers of PTV Visum want to give you some special tipps and insights about the higlights of PTV Visum 16 functionalities. Participate in one of the following webinars – or all three – to gain valuable knowledge from our experts:
Simulation based assignment & time dynamic evaluation
Thu., 28 February at 10 am CET
A new dynamic assignment procedure is available in PTV Visum 16. The simulation- based dynamic assignment aka SBA. For the first time a simulation take place within an assignment procedure in our macroscopic planning software PTV Visum. This assignment method allows for a more precise representation of congestion effects and delays at junctions over time. Conflicts between different traffic streams are derived from the junction geometry, and the simulation explicitly considers signal timings and wait times resulting from gap acceptance rules. In this webinar you will be introduced to the principles of modelling, assignment and evaluation of the new procedure.
Introducing 3D Visualisation
Thu., 9 March at 10 am CET
The convincing and appealing presentation of the results is just as important for the decision-making in transport projects as the well-founded modeling. Users of PTV Vissim already have the experience that the three-dimensional and animated presentation can make a decisive contribution to the understanding of model data. With PTV Visum 16 Users can project their model data in to the 3rd dimension and create animation with the 3D network view. In this webinar the options of the 3D visualization and the storyboard editor will be explained.
Enhancements of the PuT survey module
Wed., 1 March at 10 am CET
Passenger surveys are an essential element to model or validate public transport demand. The on-board survey module can be used to clean and complement trip-based passenger information. PTV Visum 16 contains a number of enhancements to this module, which subsequently becomes even more powerful for processing e-Ticket data. The webinar provides an overview of the function of the survey module and presents its extended application possibilities.
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