How will the future of mobility affect traffic flow? With PTV Vissim it is possible to simulate and visualise all forms of traffic and how they interact in a single model.
How do you keep traffic flowing?
Model faster than real-timePlan and optimise the operation, effectiveness and design of many smart technologies, which adapt to varying traffic conditions and calibrate or replicate the individual local conditions of where you are modelling.
Expand your modellingPTV Vissim is flexible, connecting to numerous interfaces, allowing multi-resolution modelling through seamless integration with other PTV products, as well as external applications to increase the detail of your models.
Support your decision-makingPTV Vissim provides a realistic virtual representation of all aspects of traffic flow and control, based on sound scientific behavioural models to support your decision making.
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PTV Vissim is an essential part of my work. Thanks to the many features available in the software, I create new scenarios and learn something new every day!
Mariló Martin Gasulla
PhD student and lab assistant at the University of Florida
The best thing about PTV Vissim is that thanks to the number of possible environments and scenarios, you can test vehicles in as close to a real-life situation as possible.
Chief Engineer - Intelligent Mobility at Horiba Mira
PTV Vissim is the leading software for simulating vehicle and pedestrian movement. Having a software which allows you to create a virtual environment, replicate traffic conditions, plan, optimize and interface with new infrastructure and technologies then visualize the outputs is really important to address the challenges our transport systems face now and in the future.
Solution Director PTV Vissim at PTV Group
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