Whether it's at your event, in public spaces, or in infrastructural facilities: many people are moving in narrow space. But how dense can it become, without people feeling insecure? When is the maximum capacity reached? How can a more pleasant atmosphere be created?
Image source: Stefan Leitmannslehner, Qounts
Pedestrian crowd simulations can help regarding these and many more questions. They uncover neuralgic points and you can test capacity limits virtually, without harming anyone.
The following questions are objectively answered:
- When is the maximum capacity limit of my object reached?
- Where do critical points emerge?
- Which places are particularly frequented?
To get an idea of how our analysis might help you - have a look at some of our projects:
- analysis of capacity limits
- identifying bottlenecks and neuralgic points
- resources for convincing communication with all parties involved
Your added value
- capacity increase
- quick comparison of planning concepts by simple detection of potential bottlenecks and danger points
- quick determination and optimization of paths and frequency distribution