Inspire and encourage your students!
Teaching a whole class software based transport modelling? No problem with the PTV Vision Traffic Suite! The software can be installed at university computer laboratories where students can access special classroom teaching licenses including example transport and traffic models, self-study tutorials and other useful documentation.
Liven up your studies
Would you like to combine theoretical skills with practical software experience? Do you want to give software based modelling a first try?
Then PTV has the perfect offer for you! Get our special PTV Visum and PTV Vissim student licenses that can be downloaded by students directly from the PTV website to their own computers. With limitations on the main functionalities and a clearly arranged network, these type of licenses are a great starting point for your first steps in PTV software. And the best thing: It’s free!
Research for new innovations!
Whether you want to produce models for your thesis or dissertation,for more complex research assignments within MSc and PhD research projects, PTV Group provides you with special arrangement of a full version of the PTV Vision Traffic software.
Apply now for a free, specific configuration of PTV Visum and/or PTV Vissim based on the requirements of your research!
Using PTV software has been a great way to get familiar with the principles of transport modelling during my studies as the software packages are very user-friendly and can be applied for a wide range of research projects. As part of my MSc programme at Newcastle University, we visited PTV's headquarter in Karlsruhe where their staff delivered excellent training courses, which encouraged me to pursue a career in transport planning and traffic modelling.
Consultant at AECOM
PTV transport tools have been supporting our research activities during last 10 years. They constitute an efficient tool for developing new applications for doctoral students facilitating their research outputs in a clear, scientific and easy visualisation way.
Director de TRANSyT-Centro de Investigación del Transporte, Universidad Politecnia de Madrid