TSS-Transport Simulation Systems opens office in London

Thinking Highways
By Thinking Highways July 4, 2014 11:00

TSS-Transport Simulation Systems opens office in London

Inset image: A screenshot of incident mitigation in London (Aimsun Online)

TSS, the company behind the Aimsun and Aimsun Online software, is opening an office in London, UK. The London office is a result of TSS’s substantial and fast-growing UK user base, and is particularly directed to the support of large-scale modelling projects and real-time traffic management with Aimsun Online.

The TSS office is located in Devonshire Square in The City. The first employee is Dr Mark Brackstone, a respected figure in the ITS industry with a background ranging from blue-sky R&D through to consultancy, project management and bid leadership.

“We look forward to offering high quality, on-the-ground support to the many local consultancies, universities and government authorities who use Aimsun,” said TSS Managing Director, Jaime L. Ferrer. “Establishing a strategic base in London also enables us to strengthen our client-servicing capabilities for new projects and UK organisations that have demonstrated keen interest in the potential of Aimsun integrated traffic modelling software.”

To complement the opening of its London office, TSS will be holding the 2014 edition of the European Aimsun Users’ Meeting in the UK capital in early October.

Thinking Highways
By Thinking Highways July 4, 2014 11:00