Sustainable validation of utilization concepts: with comfort and capacity analyses
The planning of buildings is a complex process. In most cases, the requirements of different user groups must be incorporated into the building concept. The problem: How can one estimate in advance whether the building will perform as planned? How can the risk of expensive measures for change of use and time-delays be reduced?
The solution: subject your building to a digital stress test.
Validate dimensioning and capacities
In the planning phase of buildings and events, a capacity analysis can be used to check whether the capacities are sufficiently designed for the expected crowds. Find out when the maximum degree of capacity utilisation of your object is reached, which paths or areas are particularly frequented or where bottlenecks can occur.
Plan convenient processes
Use a comfort study to check how high the level of service is in your building. Refine procedures, minimize queuing and congestion, and check the time spent at counters, booths, cash desks, or entrance areas.
Put comfort and customer centricity first.
The following questions can be answered with simulations:
- Is my building adequately dimensioned for its purpose?
- Do all user groups feel comfortable in my building?
- Which paths/areas are particularly frequented?
- How do visitors behave at peak times?
- How long do people stay in certain areas?
- Where do congestions and queues arise? How can these be reduced?
- A stress test of your building
- Capacity proofs
- Process and comfort studies
Your added value
- Planning and cost security before the start of construction
- A customer-oriented building concept
- Optimization possibilities with regard to procedures and processes