On Line Design Application
Our new application with expert system, visualisation and BIM output is quite revolutionary in that it enables the design of vertical transportation for most buildings within minutes, outputting reports on performance, a visualisation of the elevators in use and generating an industry standard generic IFC output file of the lifts ready to be inserted into the overall building BIM. AdSimulo has no directly comparable application and is a world leading lift design tool that has taken over six years to develop.
With our Expert System you can quickly and easily get to those Optimal Elevatoring solutions. As a minimum you simply need to set up the building tenancy type, number of floors and building population. You can also input the value of each square metre of building space and the preferred arrangement for groups of elevators. Then simply click on “simulate” and wait for the results. Other factors like choice of traffic control system, variations in population at each floor, multiple entry floors and other unique aspects of the building design can also be taken account of.
The unique visualisation system allows you to observe the movements of passengers and lift cars in your building using an advanced 3D game-like environment. It may strongly influence the decision making process as it provides highly visual content to illustrate the performance of the lift services. For example, by introducing colour coding of the intending passengers based upon their waiting times, an instant visual cue is provided that allows the user to easily spot queues of lift users with excessive waiting times.
Comprehensive reports on the performance of solutions are available on-line and easily downloaded.
Currently, 17 different types of reports can be browsed on-line – complete with coloured diagrams and detailed numerical data. Users are able to modify and edit the page headers and footers to include their own organisation name and logo etc.
With AdSimulo, building designers and architects can download an industry standard Building Information Model (BIM) IFC file ready to be inserted into the overall building BIM. It contains all the essential 3D structure of the lift shafts, lift pits, machine rooms and lift lobbies as well as more than 20 key generic components of the lift system. This output model is automatically derived from the specification of the lift system which can be either selected by the user or derived from use of the Expert System.
“AdSimulo is very user friendly and you don’t have to be a lift expert to get reliable,
robust design solutions quickly.”
Ian Duncombe Director, Chapman BDSP, London, UK
“I found the software enjoyable.
I have no word for it: incredible, fantastic, fabulous… you name it!”
Jean-Francois LAMBERT Director, Building Services Bouygues International, Paris HQ
“I won’t be going back to Elevate. AdSimulo is the next generation and makes me and my fellow lift consultants so much more productive.”
Adrian Godwin BSc DMS MIMgt CEng MIET Chairman, Movvéo, Woking HQ, UK
“AdSimulo is a unique tool that allows us to offer our clients an effortless and fast expert solution.”
Thomas Bremvik, Director, Move Consultancy, Oslo, Norway
“As architects we use AdSimulo extensively and are extremely happy with it!”
Szymon Wojciechowski, Partner, APA Wojciechowski Architects, Warsaw, Poland
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AdSimulo Presented in Chinese Elevator Magazine
April 27, 2018The Chinese lift industry suffers from a lack of established criteria, standards or building code for lift performance and configuration. Professor Zhu Dewen, a leading Chinese expert in lift traffic,...
AdSimulo 2017 Refresh
September 28, 2017The recent major upgrade of the AdSimulo application delivers a user interface which is simpler, faster and more powerful than ever! This is the result of a usability testing campaign we ran over the ...
AdSimulo Publicised in China
September 20, 2017A comprehensive article about AdSimulo has recently been published in a leading Chinese magazine “China Elevator” (vol. 28 no. 14). The editors are aware that Chinese architectural firms lack adequate...