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LinSig3.2 : SCATS Modelling Computer Workshop

Dublin - Venue details tba  08.02.2018



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LinSig3.2 : SCATS Modelling Computer Workshop

Dublin - Venue details tba


LinSig3.2 can seamlessly be switched from UK based TR2500 mode to SCATS mode. The SCATS controller model replicates SCATS Signal Groups, Phases, Clearance Times and Pedestrian Protection. SCATS mode also supports the import of flows directly from SCATS dump files with automatic data searching and aggregation. This one day supplementary course covers the use of LinSig3s key SCATS based features. The course is computer based with practical workshop exercises.


Course duration is 1 day

Starting on 8th February 2018

Ending on 8th February 2018

Course price is: €360 (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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