No one likes a traffic jam. In a vehicle, they’re time consuming and frustrating, but in a pedestrian setting, they’re crowded and loud, not to mention dangerous in the event of an emergency. That’s where SimTread 2.5 pedestrian simulation software can play an instrumental role in helping you optimize plans for functionality and flow.
Topics: A&A Co., Architecture, campus planning, disaster preparedness, Dr. Takeshi Kimura, Jeremy Powell, municipal planning, pedestrian flow, Planet Vectorworks, plot tracking, public safety, show/select SimTread object command, SimTread, SimTread 2.5, Takenaka Corporation, Waseda University, anti-aliasing, duplicate transfer points, evacuation safety, facilities management, H264 video codec parameters, Landscape, Pedestrian simulation software
The Vectorworks 2016 software line, released in English back in September of 2015, has been doing some serious globetrotting over the past few months. After releasing versions in Dutch, French, German, Polish, Italian, Norwegian, Spanish, and Portuguese over the past few months, the more than 100 new features and updates made available in this release are now available in Japanese and Chinese.
Topics: A&A Co., Chinese Language Version, Dr. Biplab Sarkar, Japanese Language Version, Planet Vectorworks, Sean Flaherty, Community, distributor, Mad Macs Technology Distributions Limited, Vectorworks 2016
By Dr. Takeshi Kimura, Manager of Research and Development, A&A Co. Ltd.
The worldwide rollout of Vectorworks 2015 software has hit Japan, with A&A Co., the local Vectorworks distributor, hosting launch events in six major cities across the country to introduce designers to this year’s new features.