The Senozon Mobility Model

Structure

1 Infratructure Data

  • buildings
  • roads
  • stops and railway stations
  • buses, trams, trains incl. all timetables

2 Population Data

  • Information on autonomous individuals incl. sociodemographic attributes and activities, they follow
  • Path optimization regarding time/costs

3 Simulation of Mobility Behavior

4 Validation of the Simulation

Senozon Mobility Model Switzerland

Data Used for the Senozon Mobility Model

1 Infrastructure Data

The Senozon mobility model is a detailed spatial and temporal representation of a country, representing its infrastructure in high resolution. Senozon uses OSM maps (Open Street Maps) and current infrastructure data provided by the country’s statistical office.

2 Population Data

The population at their place of residence is modelled as individuals, based on register and structural surveys and enriched with demographic and sociodemographic attributes. This synthetic population statistically represents the real resident population of a given study area. We call its members ‘agents’. For Switzerland and Austria, the Senozon mobility model contains more than 8 million agents each, for Germany almost 85 million agents.

3 Simulating Mobility Behavior

Mobility behavior is simulated based on mobility surveys. The simulation provides a representation of the population’s movement in public space. This enables Senozon to identify target group-specific revenue potentials and accessibilities for locations under review.

4 Validating the Simulation

Our model is calibrated and validated using actual traffic and passenger counts, travel distances and time distributions for each means of transport.

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8006 Zurich
Switzerland
Senozon Deutschland GmbH
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Franklinstraße 11
10587 Berlin
Germany
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1090 Vienna
Austria