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Traffic Analyst 6.0 release

The newest version of Traffic Analyst now supports ArcGIS 10.4.1. In addition three new tools have been added:

  • Path Assignment tool, which is a path based SUE alternative to the existing road traffic assignment tool. Supports path-size logit to distribute path shares of the path-sets for each OD matrix element, and threshold elimination of routes with high relative cost from the path-sets
  • Path MPME tool supporting the Path Assignment methodology
  • Get Network Connectivity tool, which can extract the connectivity from an ArcGIS Network Dataset

Furthermore, separate weights for longer waiting times at the same stop, have been introduced in the Public Assignment tool.

2016-09-14T09:29:28+01:00September 6th, 2016|Software, Traffic Analyst|Comments Off on Traffic Analyst 6.0 release

Traffic Analyst 5.1.0

 

In the latest version 5.1.0 of Traffic Analyst, the option to use ”Fixed Seed” in Road and Public Assignment has been introduced.

The “Fixed seed” functionality reduces the noise from stochastic simulation, when comparing the results of two identical calculations. The results will to a much greater extent be similar.

2016-01-21T15:43:14+01:00January 21st, 2016|Software, Traffic Analyst|Comments Off on Traffic Analyst 5.1.0

Traffic Analyst 4.0 Release

  • Now requires ArcGIS 10.2.2
  • A 64-bit version of Traffic Analyst is now available (along with the 32-bit version)
  • Public assignment early zone departure modelling added
  • As of version 4.0, there are restrictions on how Traffic Analyst can write outputs to databases using OLE DB connections
2016-11-10T10:37:23+01:00April 17th, 2015|Software, Traffic Analyst|Comments Off on Traffic Analyst 4.0 Release

Rapidis is part of the IPTOP project

Rapidis has been appointed to an important role in the IPTOP project (Integrated Public Transport Optimisation and Planning) managed by the Technical University of Denmark

The research project IPTOP aims at developing new methods for planning, designing, controlling and optimizing Danish public transport systems.

The benefits for the passengers are short travelling time and better service.

Additionally the transport operators will gain economically. All together the expectations are to gain substantial societal and economic benefits compared to the overall investment.

Special attention will be given to coordination between separate transport providers so that existing services are more accessible, more reliable, and more attractive to travelers.

Rapidis will lead on software development. This ensures an early focus on implementation issues and that the modelling system in fact can be used to calculate and predict consequences from “What-if” scenarios.

Other IPTOP participants are:

  • DTU Transport – Technical University of Denmark, Transport Dept.
  • DTU Management – Technical University of Denmark, Management Dept.
  • DTU Compute – Technical University of Denmark
  • Trafikselskabet Movia – the Copenhagen area Bus transit operator
  • DSB – Danish National Railways
  • Banedanmark – Rail Net Denmark
  • Trafikstyrelsen – The Danish Transport Authority

For more information go to http://www.iptop.transport.dtu.dk/ or contact Rasmus Dyhr Frederiksen

2016-11-10T10:37:23+01:00January 30th, 2015|Consultancy, Software, Traffic Analyst|Comments Off on Rapidis is part of the IPTOP project

Traffic Analyst 3.3

Traffic Analyst 3.3 released: Added: detailed modelling of road-intersections in road traffic assignment tool, tools for establishing intersection-data, editing-tools for intersection-data.

2016-11-10T10:37:25+01:00September 17th, 2013|Software, Traffic Analyst|Comments Off on Traffic Analyst 3.3