PoliVisu training continues with a webinar on traffic modeling

Transportation systems are facing many changes caused by the introduction of disruptive technologies and services. Modeling has long been used to measure the impact of these and other changes (e.g. new policies, land development) on local traffic conditions. Given that the new age of mobility is upon us, the way we analyse our transportation network must change, too. Specifically, transport modeling should become more agile and experimental, leveraging new data sources and advanced technologies to deliver insightful results to decision makers.

In the third webinar, PoliVisu touched on these important principles and explained how its tool TraMod can provide insights for better mobility management by predicting future traffic based on simulated road conditions. After a brief introduction, traffic modeling experts from EDIP and Plan4All took the floor to present

  • The Principles of Traffic Modelling (Jan Martolos)

  • The Main Concept and Features of TraMod (Karel Jedlicka)

  • TraMod Deployment in Pilsen, Mechelen and Františkovy Lázně (Daniel Beran)

If you would like to test TraMod, the sandbox environment will be open for a week from 9 September. For login details and information on how to use the tool please visit https://bit.ly/TrafficModellerWebinar.

After watching the webinar, you will

  • Learn about the principles of traffic modeling

  • Discover best practice examples from different European cities

  • Find out how Traffic Modeller can support urban planning

  • Get a sneak peek at other PoliVisu tools and services

PoliVisu will run one more online training event in October 2020, so stay tuned!

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