Transport Planning and Systems
- Microscopic Modeling of Very Large Regions
- Accessibility - Disaggregated
- Market and Customer Potentials
Senozon models, operates and consults worldwide, e.g. in Switzerland or the greater areas of Berlin and Los Angeles. The great flexibility of microscopic agent-based models allows one to seamlessly transfer existing macroscopic transport models (e.g. VISUM, EMME) into an activity based approach.
Accessibilities between different modes of transport are important values in transport planning. Senozon’s mobility models produce accessibilities at very high resolution (coordinate) rather than zone based.
Where are potential customers of public transport located? Which public transport stops and lines would they use? What are the travel costs or time differences to competing modes of transport? Senozon’s agent-based mobility models allows one to answer questions about mobility markets with a high of detail, microscopic, dynamic in time and for various groups of customers.
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