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LinSig3 : Junction Modelling Computer Workshop

Dublin - Venue details tba  14.11.2017

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LinSig3 : Junction Modelling Computer Workshop

Dublin - Venue details tba

Accurate LinSig modelling is fundamental to traffic signal design, transport assessments for development and detailed studies where traffic signal junctions are a major determinant of transport outcomes. This course covers the use of LinSig 3 to model traffic signal junctions and is essential for LinSig users wishing to ensure robust and correct modelling. It starts from first principles and concentrates on the use of LinSig for modelling single junctions as well as providing a stepping stone to the LinSig Networks and Advanced features workshop. The course is computer based with practical workshop exercises being used throughout.

Course duration is 2 days

Starting on 14th November 2017

Ending on 15th November 2017

Course price is: €730 (exc. VAT)

Tutored by:

John Nightingale MSc(Eng), CEng FIHE MCIHT

Important information:

A discounted course bundle with the following 1-day LinSig3.2 SCATS Computer Workshop is available for the same delegate at €895, saving €195. (Bundle currency is in Euros not £, ignore the bundle prices where shown in £, this is just an error in the website bundle admin. you will only be invoiced in Euros.)

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