Cars are part of a large traffic ecosystem. Other road users (motorcycles, commercial vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists), national differences in driving style or weather conditions have an influence on the ego vehicle.… Read more
What does a transport model that analyses the potential of Mobility as a Service and autonomous vehicles in the Norwegian capital look like? With the COWI Group and Oslo’s public transport authority, Ruter, we have analysed in four main scenarios, how on-demand shared mobility can make travelling around Oslo smarter and more efficient.… Read more
To provide a more sustainable future, cities must rethink the way they design streets and infrastructure for its citizen. We are proud to be a part of this new revolution by equipping cities with smart technologies to help them achieve smart city status by 2020.… Read more
The Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) World Congress 2018 has the mission of getting all stakeholders to come together to make the necessary move towards improving the quality of life. Naturally, we were present at the congress in Copenhagen from 17 – 21 September where we offered our 40 years of experience in the field of traffic and transportation planning.… Read more
Thanks to the technology behind PTV Vissim, the microscopic simulation software is capable of simulating autonomous vehicles depicting their own motion characteristics and their interaction with other connected or non-connected vehicles. We speak to Prof. Dr.… Read more
Besuchen Sie uns in Berlin auf der InnoTrans 2018, Halle 4.1, Stand 417.
Can you imagine a city where you can seamlessly transfer from one mode to another, changing from bicycles to car sharing services to trains and walking the final short stretch? We do! Visit our team in Berlin in hall 4.1 at stand 417 from September 18 – September 21 at InnoTrans 2018 and enter into dialogue with us about punctuality, last miles and future mobility.… Read more
We have built an example that shows the simulation of cable cars in PTV Vissim. Two different systems are included in the model:
An up-the-mountain two-way system with two cable-connected cabins (holding up to 20 pax each)
A horizontal loop system with 11 cabins (holding up to 4 pax each) that travel non-stop
Both systems are interconnected at the mountain station where passengers can transfer from one system to the other.… Read more
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