Modelling of pedestrian flows allows you to provide the necessary level of service and safety of people.
At the design stage, modelling of pedestrian flows will help avoid undesirable costs that may arise during the operation of the facility, and during the operation period, simulation allows you to predict the behavior of pedestrians in the event of emergency situations.
Since 2008, SIMETRA has completed a number of projects on modelling pedestrians at large transport infrastructure facilities (metro, airports, transport hubs) and cultural facilities (stadiums, hotels, shopping malls, office centers, festivals, concerts, etc. .).
SIMETRA develops simulation models of pedestrian flows to solve basic problems in order to provide an optimal level of service and efficient management.
Modelling of pedestrian flows allows developing engineering and organizational measures to reduce risks in the conditions of uncontrolled behavior of people in emergency situations.
Pedestrian flow modeling makes it possible to identify "bottleneck" in the layout of objects that can lead to traffic jams and increase the evacuation time in case of emergency situations.
Preliminary modelling of human behavior will make it possible to prepare future infrastructure for safe operation. Whether you are designing a new or modified passenger traffic system at train stations and airports, visitors to shopping and business centers, or participants in large events and festivals, simulation will display the movement and behavior of pedestrian flows to the smallest detail.
Modelling the behavior of a large number of people
Pedestrian flow management in high-traffic areas, such as railway stations or airports, allows you to simulate not only scenarios for standard station operation, but also develop measures and solutions for non-standard situations.