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We specialise in providing airport and aviation community professional products, services and custom made solutions. Considering the high requirements for cost efficiency, safety, security and the environment, the services and products of Zip-Tech include aviation market research, airport systems, master planning, project management, financing, delivery as well as consulting in air traffic and airport operations. Combining profound expert knowledge and long term worldwide experience up-to date technologies guarantee solutions and results of unique quality.

Range of Services
  • Airport master planning and architecture
  • Aviation market analysis and prognosis
  • Simulation services and capacity planning
  • System planning and system optimization
  • Strategy development
  • Airport Simulation Software



Aircraft Traffic and Processes
We Aircraft simulates aircraft traffic at and around any airport, taking into consideration its infrastructure, rules, restrictions, and operational strategies.
Aircraft operations and infrastructure can be rapidly evaluated in scalable levels of detail, for example to optimise operations, plan new infrastructure or assess a system's capacity. Various performance indicators can be logged for extensive analysis and can be assessed during the simulation run via simulation-synchronous animation and in-run analysis functionalities such as graphs or colour-coding.
Part of the Aircraft traffic generation is a central flight schedule handling system. Following the courses of the schedule, flights are performed. Based on probabilities, delays and schedule deviations can be considered.

The dynamic gate allocation takes into account all relevant flight information. Restrictions and priorities can be defined according to real live stand allocation.

Operational concepts define how aircraft are taxiing and how runways are used. For process definitions like routing or push-back, it is possible to define detailed rules or use automated functions. The runway sequencing is based on ATC rules and calculates the minimum required separations considering required wake vortices, radar separations, runway occupancy times, departure separation and the individual properties of an aircraft.

Includes comprehensive 3D visualization not only supports an efficient use and analysis but also is an essential feature in order to provide meaningful presentations of results to customers and convince decision makers.
Additional feature includes:-
    • Runway and taxiway Setup network by predefined modules
    • Import of runway and taxiway network from CAD
    • Schedule based generation of flights
    • Dynamic gate allocation and aircraft routing
    • Runway utilisation according to specific rules and restrictions
    • Microscopic movement behaviour
    • Conflict detection and recognition during taxiing
    • Accurate calculation of delays, taxi-times and other process parameter
    • Use of stochastic distributions





Aircraft Traffic and Processes
The tools simulates the aircraft traffic at and around an airport considering its infrastructure, rules, restrictions, and operational strategies.
With ZTC Aircraft, operations and infrastructure can be rapidly evaluated in scalable levels of details, for example to optimise operations, plan new infrastructure or assess a system's capacity. Various performance indicators can be logged for extensive analysis and can already be assessed during the simulation run via simulation-synchronous animation and in-run analysis functionalities such as graphs or colour-coding.
Part of the ZTC Aircraft traffic generation is a central flight schedule handling system. Following the courses of the schedule, flights are performed. Based on probabilities, delays and schedule deviations can be considered.

The dynamic gate allocation takes into account all relevant flight information. Restrictions and priorities can be defined according to real live stand allocation.

Operational concepts define how aircraft are taxiing and how runways are used. For process definitions like routing or push-back it is possible to define detailed rules or use automated functions. The runway sequencing is based on ATC rules and calculates the minimum required separations considering required wake vortices, radar separations, runway occupancy times, departure separation and the individual properties of an aircraft.

It included comprehensive 3D visualisation not only supports an efficient use and analysis but also is an essential feature in order to provide meaningful presentations of results to customers and convince decision makers.

It Features:-
  • Setup of runway and taxiway network by predefined modules
  • Import of runway and taxiway network from CAD
  • Schedule based generation of flights
  • Dynamic gate allocation and aircraft routing
  • Runway utilisation according to specific rules and restrictions
  • Microscopic movement behaviour
  • Conflict detection and recognition during taxiing
  • Accurate calculation of delays, taxi-times and other process parameter
  • Use of stochastic distributions

Passenger and Terminal 
ZTC Terminal stimulation is a dynamic simulation tool used to model passenger flows within the passenger terminal to achieve the highest level of reliability at the earliest stage of planning. It also supports airports in optimising existing terminal facilities by investigating different operational strategies.
Utilising quick and easy modelling of passenger terminal layouts to generate relevant statistical data. All known concepts are modelled and new techniques and procedures can be evaluated for future implementation.

The tool main features are:
  • Quick and easy modelling of terminals
  • Import of DXF and 3D's data
  • Modular structure, easily extendable
  • Accurate representation of existing facilities and their processes
  • Possibility of simulating processes with regard to set objectives (e.g. level of service)
  • Generation of any number of passenger types
  • Possibility of simulating facilities in three different levels of detail
  • Representation of results in the form of graphs and/or statistics
    • Identifies hidden capacities
    • Incorporates building blocks for easy design of terminal layout
    • Sets detailed parameters of passenger behaviour
    • Simulates different operational strategies
    • Provides interactive visualisation of passenger flow
    • Provides extensive data output and analysis

We provide a visual representation of all activities and processes concerning passenger flows in the airport passenger terminal. The simulated elements include:
    • Traffic/circulation areas of different types and characteristics, queuing and waiting areas
    • All flight related processes (e.g. check-in, security, passport, gate, customs and immigration control, baggage claim)
    • Innovative self-service solutions (e.g. kiosk/CUSS check-in, body scanner, automated border control)
    • Retail and catering facilities with various properties
    • Escalators, lifts, moving walkways and people movers
Generating statistical data on:
    • Utilisation of traffic, queuing and waiting areas
    • Workload of passenger handling facilities
    • Duration of passengers' stay in terminal
    • Queuing and waiting times for passengers
    • Passenger handling facilities' processing times
 
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