Pedestrians' individual movements appear unpredictable and therefore underpin the decisions for behaviour models, which can be modelled and mapped out.
How do people reach their destinations?
Systematically recognise paths and processesWith PTV Viswalk, you can simulate all actors' behaviour within the existing and planned infrastructure while taking into consideration scientific behaviour models for pedestrians.
Model relationships between traffic participantsWe change our role in traffic several times on a daily basis. Integrating PTV Viswalk and PTV Vissim enables the interaction between the various actors to be modelled in a single simulation.
Optimise fire protectionFire! How long will it take for a building to be cleared, if there is a fire? PTV Viswalk provides an insight into the time required and supports you in evaluating clearing scenarios.
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Combined with PTV Vissim, PTV Viswalk deploys unprecedented, multimodal features and maps the interaction between pedestrians and vehicles in detail.
Traffic and Pedestrian Modelling is not a game. It requires a high performance user interface that allows to work efficiently, with sufficient flexibility to configure complex dynamics and behaviour parameters, and that gives a range of data outputs with great resolution for the analysis of alternatives and performance. That is what I found in Vissim and Viswalk!
Jesús Antonio Díaz
Steer Davies Gleave
Thanks to the precise dovetailing of visualisation and statistics in PTV Viswalk, the simulation of pedestrians is mapped in the model down to the finest detail in order to find the best solution for traffic planning.
Chief Product Manager PTV Viswalk
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PTV Viswalk Webinars
Pedestrian simulation with PTV Vissim & PTV Viswalk
Modelling alighting and boarding passengers with PTV Viswalk
Routing - Working with Partial Routes and Dynamic Potential
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