Advanced calibration and modeling sustainable urban planning policies in Aimsun Next

26 February 2019, Auckland

Sign up now for this special one-day training course on advanced calibration and modeling sustainable urban planning in Aimsun Next. The course will be held on Tuesday 26 February in central Auckland, the day after the New Zealand Aimsun Software Users’ Meeting, also in Auckland.

You may attend this training course together with the Users’ Meeting or independently – just make sure you specify on the registration form.


The University of Auckland
314, Khyber Pass Road
Newmarket, Auckland 1023

Train: Western lines. Grafton Train station is just next to Gate 1

Buses: Routes 70 and 75 or any bus that goes via Newmarket.

Onsite parking: Limited spaces available. Once parked, sign in and enter the vehicle details at reception. Reception is located by Gate 3 and is at the entrance of Building 902.

Course contents

09:00 – 13:00
14:00 – 17:00

Introduction and presentation

  • Calibrating networks in Aimsun Next
  • Modeling sustainable urban planning policies in Aimsun Next

CO2 emissions for a standard fleet vs an electric fleet


  • Application to base model calibration
  • Future scenarios: sustainable urban policies
  • Application to non lane-based traffic or “mixed traffic”: bicycle lanes, lane widths, reserved lanes
  • Demands of multiple vehicle types: new mixed traffic model of motorbikes and bicycles in separate or shared lanes
  • Restrictions in urban areas: application to traffic restrictions for certain vehicle categories
  • Results and scenario comparison: focus on multi criteria analysis – the new emissions model (the London Emissions model or LEM)

Price and registration

Price: 900 NZD
To book your place, please fill out this registration form and send it to

The price includes all training material, lunch and refreshments.

Maximum class sizes apply.