- Myriad II - Agents
Myriad II - Agents
Why Use Myriad Agents?
- Detailed modelling of areas may be needed after we have looked at a general overview with other Myriad modules
- We can visualise the area over time and get a picture of how people may use the space
- We can test geometrical designs to find an optimal solution
- We can see individual speeds, densities and the changing utilisation of space over time
- Myriad Crowds can model millions of people moving through a space using efficient algorithms.
- Shown above is an example of the model used on the design and testing of the Jamarat Bridge for The Hajj pilgrimage at Mecca.
- We show the agents location in green. Then we turn on the density view to show the density individual agents are exposed to.
- The agents module has a more detailed algorithm to model smaller crowds
- We can test different designs and see the speed and densities of the crowd over time and how the space is used. This can help in finding an optimal design solution
- We can zoom in to a detailed model that isn’t possible in a Crowds model.
- The agents can be given instructions to model a real situation.
- Here the agents wait until most other agents have left the train before boarding.