We offer a range of pedestrian movement and crowd dynamics services:
- Crowd modelling and simulation
- Masterplanning for multi-venue precincts and events
- Demand forecasting
- Stadium and arena design optimisation
- Planning and licensing support
- Capacity assessments
- Evacuation analysis
- Safety and security overlay design
- Crowd safety, security and risk management
- Venue operations planning and optimisation
- Operations observation and analysis
- Operations real-time monitoring and analytics
- Transport planning for events
- Venue extension and construction phasing.
We help our clients ensure that their customers have the best experience possible by:
- Supporting the design of new venues, from feasibility through to opening by advising on design standards, experience and space planning.
- Analysing transport accessibility and defining appropriate transport strategies to ensure that visitors can access and egress a venue safely and conveniently.
- Optimising operations and increasing the capacity/throughput of existing venues by advising on process design and management.
- Employing behavioural design concepts to influence the use of space through information, environments and messaging.
- Providing ongoing support and post-occupancy evaluation services to ensure that venues stay relevant to the demands.
EXAMPLE OF PROJECTS
We have worked with some of the finest sports and entertainment venues in the world, such as:
- Supporting Tottenham Hotspur with the design and delivery of a 62,062 seat stadium
- Supporting the masterplanning, delivery and operations of the London 2012 Olympic Games, acting in the role of lead crowd movement consultant
- Advising Olympique Lyonnais on operational readiness and the opening of their new stadium
- Crowd movement advisor to the All England Lawn Tennis Association for the masterplanning of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships
- Informing the design of service enhancements at the O2 Arena, including the new retail concepts
- Supporting the planning, delivery and operational readiness for the Baku 2015 European Games
- Leading the crowd movement component of a Qatar 2022 World Cup Stadium.
In the media
- Senior Analyst, Aidan Mcinerney, talks to Location Sciences about how location intelligence was gathered from crowd movements during a North London derby (Tottenham v Arsenal) at Wembley Stadium. Read more.