JICA System for Traffic Demand Analysis (JICA STRADA) is a package system for transport forecasting which moves on Windows.
In the technical cooperation issue of the transport planning field which the independent administrative agency Japan International Cooperation Agency (the former Japan International Cooperation Agency) carries out, it was developed for the purpose of use in a developing country, and sharing of a database. Analysis (JICA STRADA) project started in 1993, in which then Prof. Hideo Nakamura of Tokyo University as the chief examiner, and people of experience or academic standing, the Ministry og Construction, the Ministry of Transport, and private consultants took a leading part, in order that JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency) would use in an aspect of international technical cooperation of the traffic developnment plans. As a result, it aged 1997, and was used by the overseas project of the independent administrative agency Japan International Cooperation Agency, and the sale to the man in the street was also started.
Continual upgrading efforts since now provide you with Vertion 3 of enhanced capability, with newly added features and programs.
The STRADA Ver.4 consists of 17 programs and you can choose which programs to use in any combination you like.
– Trip Matrix Builder
– isaggregate Model
– OD Calibrator
– Matrix Manipulator
– GIS Conveter
– Network Editor
– Transit Line Editor
– Incremental Assignment
– User Equilibrium Assignment
– Stochastic User Equilibrium Assignment
– Transit Assignment
– Time of Day User Equilibrium Assignment
– Combined Modal Split and Assignment Model
– LP Assignment
– Highway Reporter
– Intersection Analyzer
– Microsoft Windows XP, 7 or 8
– 10 MB or more unused hard disk memory for installing programs
– A monitor with high resolution of VGA or more
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