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This upgrade course is suitable for anyone who has previously used Version 2 of LinSig or would like to see the features of Version 3 in more detail.
The course will assume that delegates have a good understanding of LinSig - preferably Version Two.
The number of CET days will be allocated by the supervising civil engineer of each attendee. The course duration is one day. The course has an IHE accreditation of one day.
LinSig is a comprehensive design and modelling package for traffic signal junctions either individually or in a network of junctions. LinSig has been used throughout the UK since the mid 1980s and has consistently been the most widely used signal design software in the UK for over 20 years. Over this period LinSig has been extensively developed to stay at the forefront of traffic signal modelling.
LinSig3 takes the modelling of networks to a new high offering multiple signal controller modelling, traffic assignment, matrix estimation and the ability to combine single junction files into a single network. For junction modelling there is an improved facility for modelling short lanes, filters and right turns including the ability to model pedestrians giving pedestrian delays.
Whilst many LinSig users will attempt to learn Version Three by reading the software documentation, or even trial and error, the upgrade course allows the rationale behind many of the new features to be explained, best practice to be learnt and questions to be answered. The course is a lectured course rather than a practical workshop as this format allows the maximum number of new features to be introduced whilst keeping the course concise. Those requiring a longer more practically based computer workshop may like to consider the ‘LinSig3 Computer Workshop’.
The course will cover the following topics:
This course is scheduled to run at the following venues and dates:
If you are interested in attending one or more of our courses then you can view our course schedule and book your course online.
11 Dec 2013: Checking LinSig, Arcady, Picady and Transyt Models ...more
21 Jan 2014: Introduction to Traffic Signals ...more
23 Jan 2014: LinSig3 : Junction Modelling Computer Workshop ...more
10 Feb 2014: Advanced Traffic Signal Design ...more
13 Feb 2014: LinSig3 Signalled Roundabout Design ...more
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