Simulating with Aimsun Next

3-5 December 2018, Las Vegas

We are offering a fall training course in Las Vegas, from Monday December 3rd to Wednesday December 5th, 2018.

The course is aimed at both new users and users who wish to refresh or extend their skills in microscopic and mesoscopic simulations.

Course Contents

Morning session: 09:15 – 13:00 (including a 15-min break)
Afternoon session: 13:45 – 18:00 (including a 15-min break)

DAY ONE

Editing a model

  • Geometry, traffic demand, signals, public transportation

Managing scenarios

  • Dynamic scenarios, experiments and replications
  • Revisions

DAY TWO

Outputs

  • Presenting results
  • Time series, thematic maps
  • Scenario comparison

Traffic management

  • Traffic management actions
  • Modeling incidents and mitigation strategies
  • Modeling turn restrictions, reversible lanes, and other scheduled events

Dynamic traffic assignment

  • Dynamic traffic assignment framework
  • Cost functions

DAY THREE

Dynamic traffic assignment (cont.)

  • Stochastic route choice algorithm and parameters
  • Dynamic user equilibrium algorithm and parameters
  • Practical applications

Microscopic network loading

  • Microscopic vehicle behavior
  • Calibration of a microscopic model

Mesoscopic and hybrid network loading

  • Mesoscopic vehicle behavior
  • Calibration of a mesoscopic model
  • Guidelines for hybrid microscopic-mesoscopic simulation

Prices and registration

For prices and to reserve your place, please contact info@aimsun.com as soon as possible.

Registration fee includes instruction, training material, and the Aimsun Next training license.

Please note that you’ll need to bring your own laptop in order to do the practical hands-on exercises.

Location

615 W Sunset Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89118

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