The suppliers featured in Transport Modelling, Simulation & Planning provide solutions for all areas of modelling, simulation and planning for the rail sector, such as capacity planning and passenger behaviour modelling as well as modelling the wheel-rail contact and simulating driving cycles and controller layouts.
eCon Engineering provides tailor-made CAE (computer-aided engineering) and industrial automation solutions for the railway industry.
Digital Solutions for Public Transport: ETC is the leading SaaS supplier for mobility providers in the rail and bus sectors.
Consultancy, Technology and System Integration: Maintenance crew safety applications, digital twin, smart solutions for railway, and more.
IMA Dresden – the Test Center for the Railway Industry. Rail Component Testing. Bogie Frame Tests. Fatigue Testing of Rail Vehicles. Rail Car Body Tests.
eCon Engineering distributes and supports digital technologies so that rail manufacturers can tackle their embedded software challenges.
PTV Group will deliver PTV Visum as the new primary travel demand modelling software for the US State of Florida's FDOT.
Free webinar: Get to know how engineering simulation can contribute to the railway industry with innovative ideas and cutting-edge technology!
eCon Engineering Kft is a Hungarian company founded in 2002. We offer to support the development of different products with simulation.
Bosch and PTV Group are joining forces in an alliance to further improve air quality and reduce traffic-related emissions in cities.
PTV Group, together with a broad-based research team, has been commissioned by BMVI to analyze mobility behavior in the city of Munich.
TUSP allows railway workers to orientate themselves in the field, request closures for objects they interact with and document work done.
In order to verify the acceptability of the flow of passengers, ProRail has commissioned a study using PTV Viswalk, a pedestrian simulation software by PTV.
Zurich Public Transport's existing PTV Viseva model was extended. PTV MaaS Modeller was then used to analyse the interaction between supply and demand.
Applying PTV Viswalk to determine the effects of the planned complete redesign of Lausanne main station on pedestrian flows.
To best meet capacity requirements, SBB has relied heavily on PTV Group's PTV Visum since 2001 for strategic planning and analysis.
Highways England and Centro, have committed to one multi-strategic transport model, PRISM, which has been set up with PTV Visum.
PTV Viswalk allows you to replicate and analyse human walking behaviour, plan pedestrian safety and evacuation measures, assess crowd capacity.