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Podcast: Mobility Digital Twins

Parul Dubey on May 24, 2021 - in Interview, Multimedia, Podcasts, Transportation, Videos

Recently, Bentley Systems announced the acquisition of transportation modeling and Mobility Simulation Leader INRO Software to enable digital cities to simulate multimodal transportation scenarios, and model resilience and sustainability outcomes in mobility digital twins. Combining the capabilities of INRO’s advanced traffic and vehicle simulation with Bentley’s passenger and pedestrian simulation and civil design software, including CUBE, Streetlytics, LEGION and OpenRoads, places Bentley in a very strong position to deliver comprehensive mobility digital twins of multimodal transportation systems at urban, metropolitan, regional and national scale.

This podcast session will unpack the application capabilities for transportation planning including the pains that each of these applications address for its users. And we unpack this very advanced topic of mobility digital twins, including the need to be multimodal, having detailed dynamic traffic assignments and agent-based methods for veracity, and the need to scale up to systemwide and regionwide—and much more.

Todd Danielson, the editorial director of Informed Infrastructure, interviews Bentley Systems’ Michael Clarke, senior director of Mobility Analytics, and Daniel Florian, senior director of Mobility Modeling.

For more information on Bentley’s vision on Mobility Digital Twins, read the press release. Learn more: https://bit.ly/33qEN9K

Learn more about using CUBE for public transport planning in this free on-demand webinar focusing on how Public Transport systems contribute to achieve a more-sustainable environment. Public Transport remains key for addressing the accessibility needs of your cities. During the presentation, we introduce how CUBE software can help you in planning Public Transport systems through the implementation of Public Transport models. Register: https://bit.ly/3h8ECYH


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