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LinSig3 Online Calibration and Validation

Online  18.05.2021



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LinSig3 Online Calibration and Validation

Online


This course covers commonly asked questions about how modellers should seek to calibrate and validate LinSig models to support their designs and submissions. It covers the differences between Calibration and Validation (often misunderstood) and goes through the Calibration process in detail. Topics covered include Basic Site Data, Traffic Flows, Signal Timings, Vehicle Behaviour, Demand Dependency and Blocking. With reference to guidance the Calibration sections examine the problems associated with Queue Surveys and Supressed Demand and offers an insight into the circular Calibration / Validation process with demonstrations.


Course duration is 1 day

Starting on 18th May 2021

Ending on 18th May 2021

Course price is: £310 (exc. VAT)


Tutored by:

John Nightingale MSc(Eng), CEng FIHE MCIHT, Simon Swanston MSc, BEng, CEng FIHE


Important information:

Bookings for this course will close 1 week prior to the start date to allow sufficient time to post the training course materials and check the technical requirements.







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