A big thank you to everyone who came to this year’s Aimsun Users’ Meeting and for once again making it such a success, particularly those of you who gave presentations.
We thank you also for your very positive and constructive feedback. We look forward to seeing you all again next year!
Matthew Jones (in blue) and Malcolm Bradley (in green), of Transport for NSW, present the challenges of developing mesoscopic traffic models in a strategic planning agency
Matthew and Malcolm taking questions, with Alex Torday of TSS.
Bryan Li of GTA, presents Aimsun integrated modelling
Bryan particularly focussed on large-scale planning applications
Iwan Smith of Jacobs talks about calibrating large-scale mesoscopic models….
…and the ‘tyranny of complexity’
Timothy Lim of TSS showcases the Townsville strategic model in Aimsun
Alex Torday opens up the floor for the closing debate
Aimsun training course, Sydney: Jordi Casas, TSS R&D Director, teaching participants how to get the best out of mesoscopic behavioural models