Belgium events just got a lot safer!
Events such as Destination Paris, Reggae Geel, Bruxelles Champêtre and the Docks Bruxsel Inauguration just got a lot safer. Bert Bruyninckx, owner of SeSaME, is satisfied with their first results as Pedestrian Dynamics user.
Since SeSaME received their Pedestrian Dynamics license, now 6 months ago, many Belgium events have been simulated to improve their safety and crowd flows. SeSaME included crowd simulation in their portfolio to enhance their crowd safety toolkit for the best possible Event Risk Analysis.
"Pedestrian Dynamics makes it possible to quickly and easy red flag the pinch points, queueing issues and possible congestion points in a model. Simulation is always part of a whole and comprehensive study, nevertheless it is a great additional tool in our crowd safety toolkit." - Bert Bruyninckx, Owner of SeSaME.
Destination Paris (UEFA Euro 2016)
In preparation of the Belgium national football team reaching the semi-final and/or final of the UEFA Euro 2016, SeSaME simulated the big screen event ‘Destination Paris’. The event was planned on the esplanade in front of the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels.
SeSaME delivered a full Event Risk Analysis including a simulation model and visualisation of the evacuation process. The simulation model contained 13.000 people, of which 500 people in stands.
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