Have you ever wondered how real people will respond to your design concept? We’ll show you how to use existing CAD models to quickly simulate crowd behaviour and enable you to discover and evaluate the best design refinements.
Peter Debney is Chartered Structural Engineer, a member of both the Institute of Structural Engineers (MIStructE) and the International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering (IABSE), and a visiting lecturer at the University of Bradford. He is a Senior Consultant working for Arup in the Oasys software group as an application specialist for the structural and pedestrian modelling software suites.
Create - Simulate - Analyse - Revise
This webinar demonstrates how simple it is to import your models into MassMotion and then simulate the way real people will behave in the real structure.
Models from all leading 2D and 3D CAD programmes can be imported and combined, and MassMotion can automatically determine the classification of objects from the metadata saving you significant time.
You can then analyse the simulation and test an unlimited number of scenarios such as evacuations, transport schedules, as well as testing the design against future population predictions. With the analysis data you can then revise the model design and optimise its performance, minimising bottlenecks, and potential congestion – all meanwhile demonstrating the return on investment of the changes you suggest. The animated simulations can be shared as videos or shared with stakeholders using the free MassMotion Viewer tool.
All you require are your standard CAD files and a copy of Oasys MassMotion – available for free 30-day trials.
Professor Peter Debney, Application Specialist at Oasys, and the webinar host, will show examples of how quickly and easily useful and shareable intelligence is generated