The behaviour and influences these areas have on each other.
The CAB analysis serves as an interpretation tool in order to evaluate the different (events) areas in relation to and the behaviour of the people who are in those areas.
This analysis method was developed as it is essential when planning or evaluating events, to engage in the behaviour or the profile of the visitors in connection with the used areas.
It is a supplement to the known systems such as RAMP, DIM-ICE or FIST.
This orientation system was developed by us and is used by emergency personnel in order to make visible and find the position of mobile emergency teams at large events.
This orientation system was developed by us and is used by emergency personnel. It makes it easier for stewards and emergence paramedics to find the entrance to barrier lines in crowded areas.
“Old accepted work methods” are often not expedient to dealing with visitors. The fundamental question we put to ourselves was: “Is it possible to influence crowds with a management concept?”
Crowd Area and Behaviour Influence Analysis. The behaviour and influences these areas have on each other.