User Testing for MIMAS MIMAS is an innovative cloud-based transport modelling solution, built by a consortium of companies. Each partner within the consortium brings their own speciality and is responsible for a different aspect of the system. This
Deploying MIMAS in the cloud MIMAS is a cloud-based transport modelling solution, developed for Oxfordshire County Council by a consortium of individual companies, each bringing specialized expertise, and each being responsible for separate components of the system. Previous
A Local Authority Perspective MIMAS is Oxfordshire County Council’s next generation of transport model. It is a scalable transport modelling tool designed for the move towards a self-service paradigm. This month we asked Laura Peacock, Innovation Hub Manager
Benefits of MIMAS – for Oxfordshire, Third Parties and Beyond Transport models are an integral part of the planning process for major developers and planning consultants who work in close consultation with councils such as Oxfordshire. Typically, these
Making it easier to be data-driven MIMAS (https://mimas.services/) is a flexible, scalable transport modelling tool. The tool is being developed for Oxfordshire and is designed to scale to other counties in the future. Previous updates explored the innovative
Model High level description/features MIMAS will include the core components of a traditional strategic model (fig. 1): An aggregate demand and mode choice model; An agent-based highway assignment model; An aggregate public transport assignment model. Figure 1: The
Karen David for Tech Tribe Oxford Jun 10th 2020 As lockdown restrictions begin to ease, changes to the transport infrastructure across Oxfordshire are under way to create space for people to get around while maintaining social distancing.
User interface design MIMAS (https://mimas.services/) is a transport modelling tool which has been designed with a self-service paradigm in mind. The underlying complexity of the agent-based model is made accessible to a wide range of non-modelling end users