Crowd simulation and flows management

Among the main causes of accidents during events with high levels of overcrowding are the inadequacy of the place and poor management; therefore, in organizing a major event, we must give due weight both to the design of the structure and to the management and training procedures in order to implement an effective evacuation strategy in emergency situations.

Crowd management consists of systematic planning to ensure an orderly movement and aggregation of people; it is, therefore, to understand the behavior of the crowd and the factors that influence it.

TECSA S.r.l. offers services and innovative solutions for managing the flocking of large events; the company has activated a formal partnership with the company Incontrol Simulation Software based in the Netherlands, a leader in the development of software solutions for the optimization of performance, security and security of large events.

The experience of TECSA S.r.l. in the drafting of emergency plans and evacuation combined with the potential of the Pedestrian Dynamics software platform of Incontrol for the dynamic simulation of pedestrian flows, they allow the development of a complete and advanced assessment of the exodus strategies.

The safety and security of visitors has become one of the main issues for major events and TECSA S.r.l. offers answers to complex logistical problems.

Pedestrian Dynamics is the solution for simulating pedestrian flows in complex infrastructures and can be used to evaluate the performance and safety of a large event. Thanks to the use of the software you can:

  • save time and money by testing the performance and safety of the event during the design phase;
  • evaluate and compare emergency scenarios or scenarios under normal conditions (entry and exit of visitors);
  • develop evacuation and emergency plans for the organization and emergency services;
  • present the event website in a 3D view to the subjects involved in the organization;
  • map the infrastructure with pedestrian flows and identify bottlenecks (potential source of risk);
  • optimally plan visitor structure and flows;
  • understand the impact that an event has on a city (urban planning).