Dynameq 4.2 introduces computational and productivity enhancements that make working with traffic models faster, easier and more convenient. It also introduces new simulation results designed to facilitate calibration, new Dynameq APIs for traffic management modelling, easier subarea extraction tools, and optimizations and larger network sizes for larger applications.
DTA enhancements including a new option to freeze the assignment of a class in a Warm Start
More values available for adaptive simulation delay threshold
New performance setting parameter to speed-up a DTA
Enhanced keyframe editing, a new loop feature for simulation playback, a new option to trim the time slider timeline, new settings to modify the lighting of the scene and the auto-detection of graphics hardware for better simulation playback experience
Enhancements to DTA-management operations including DTA Copy, Run Multiple DTAs and Run Last Iteration
Added support for 24-hour demand and study period.
Added support for new simulation results for average volume, maximum flow, average queue length, cycle failure delay and failed lane changes
Added support for reporting and comparing transit results
New functions available to compute moving average, moving sum
An update to the computation of matrix skims and various enhancements to the Matrix Calculator
Create a scenario directly from a subarea without exporting to file
New options for importing a scenario from Synchro
Expanded options for creating sets
Enhancements to importing, viewing user paths
New and updated network adjustment procedures
Maintenance for web basemap services
Various enhancements to worksheets
New licence sizes available to support larger projects
New project settings for network editing, and selection of a default basemap
Please consult the Release Notes included in the software for a comprehensive list. And let us know with feedback on the INRO Community Forum.