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From the engineering and implementation phase right up to daily operation: Traffic engineers and system operators can rely on a range of valuable tools for planning, data supply, administration and operation of their traffic control systems. With Sitraffic Office and VISSIM, they can benefit from the many advantages of a fully integrated, modular software system and an advanced microscopic simulation program.
Tools for urban traffic control
The traffic experts from Siemens offer the full range of traffic engineering services – from consulting, baseline studies and traffic analyses or planning and implementation of technical equipment right up to on-site commissioning support and quality control. With our tools for urban traffic control, we can provide comprehensive support for the development of targeted measures in your municipality.
Sitraffic Office brings together intersection, route and network planning so that all the factors that are closely interlinked in actual traffic are also meshed in the software. The planning module also serves as the database for data supply.
All software packages have access to one central data pool. Time-consuming multiple entries for planning, data supply and programming tasks are superfluous. This reduces not only the workload, but also the risk of discrepancies or errors due to internal data import or export.
Thanks to the multi-user/multi-client principle, several workstations can easily work on the same projects in parallel, creating an optimal workflow.
The modular structure of Sitraffic Office allows the step-by-step implementation of a complete system over an extended period of time through the successive activation of additional functions or function packages – as needed.
VISSIM is a software tool for microscopic simulation used for modeling multimodal traffic flows across intersections and entire networks. VISSIM maps both urban and interurban areas with a high level of accuracy and covers all traffic modes – including motorized transport, pedestrians and cyclists.
All modeling options …
... for a wide range of traffic engineering issues
|Complex signalized and unsignalized intersections||Design, tests and evaluation of traffic-actuated signal control systems|
|Traffic circles||Design and dimensioning of intersections|
|U-turns, mixed-flow lanes, separate (2-lane) turn lanes||Modeling of complex public transport intersections|
|Bicycle paths and lanes shared by different modes (bicycles and motorized vehicles)||Analysis of public transport acceleration measures|
|Public transport stops and terminals||Evaluation and optimization of intelligent transport systems|
|Pedestrian-vehicle interaction||Visualization of planning alternatives for supporting the political decision making process|
|Multi-lane freeways with user-defined curviness and roadway grades||Creation of development plans, for instance for supermarkets, malls or entire city districts|
|Freeway junctions, interchanges and merging and weaving areas||Set-up and coordination of roadwork sites|
|Traffic calming measures|
|Environmental impact studies, including emission calculations|
|Performance analyses of rail transport systems|
|Planning of parking facilities and modeling of parking-related traffic|
The traffic experts from Siemens offer the full range of traffic engineering services – from consulting, baseline studies and traffic analyses or planning and implementation of technical equipment right up to on-site commissioning support and quality control.
Downloads, support and services
Growing traffic volumes, increasing air pollution, rising costs: A mobility solution cannot solve all your infrastructure challenges on its own. But it will always contribute to making your city or municipality even more modern, more attractive and more environmentally friendly.
From the engineering and implementation phase right up to daily operation: Traffic engineers and system operators can rely on a range of valuable tools for planning, data supply, administration and operation of their traffic control systems.