PTV Visum - Demand Model EVA (TR-T0118)
Expand your knowledge of demand modelling with the add-on EVA
The EVA model developed by Lohse at Dresden Technical University constitutes an alternative approach to the first three stages of the classical traffic planning model (Lohse 1997).
In the EVA model and Standard 4-step model, productions and attractions are calculated similarly, namely based on demographic (number of inhabitants) and structural (jobs, size of retail sales floor…) parameters as well as on mobility rates (taken from statistical surveys on traffic behavior). It is performed separately for each demand stratum, which means for each activity pair and its major person groups.
This course provides experienced users a deeper insight into demand modelling. It is aimed at users who already have basic knowledge of demand modelling and who want to extend it to the passenger-based model model EVA.
You have successfully participated in our course "PTV Visum – Creating a 4-Step Transport Model" (TR-T0109) or have comparable knowledge of demand modelling in PTV Visum. You also have obtained practical project experience.
Due to organizational and local conditions, the duration of the course may vary. Please note the details of your chosen course date before booking.
- Demand modelling with EVA
- Principles and properties of the procedure
- Data structure
- Model architecture
This one day course will introduce you to the principles of the demand model EVA, it’s data structure and model architecture. The subjects of model segmentation, data supply, calibration and validation will be discussed and practiced on a EVA training model.
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