In this section references are made to groups and firms that offer support services related to the TRANUS system. Contacts are also given to research groups or individuals whose work involves the TRANUS system in one way or another.
The TRANUS system has been developed by Modelistica since the 80's. Today the company is well organized to provide support, consultancy and training in the use of the modeling system in Venezuela or any other country. Modelistica also offers a Certified Version of the software and documentation that includes one year of support by Internet. Visit http://www.modelistica.com or contact email@example.com .
This highly regarded consulting firm based in Brussels has a well-established experience in the use of the Tranus system of more than ten years. Consequently, the firm is in an excellent position to provide support and consultancy services, or assume complete projects involving the use of TRANUS. Visit: http://www.stratec.be
This prestigious consulting firm in the areas of transport and traffic studies located in Madrid, has a long experience in the use of TRANUS of more than 10 years. The professional staff is well prepared to provide consulting and support in the use of the TTRANUS modeling system. Visit TEMA's site in: http://www.temagc.com or specifically http://www.temagc.com/tranus/tranus.htm
This is one of the best established consulting firms in Brazil in the area of transport planning, with a wide experience all over Latin America. The firm is in excellent conditions to provide support, consultancy and training related to the use of TRANUS. Visit: http://www.ttc.com.br
This consulting firm in the areas of transport, highway design and traffic, has been using the TRANUS system in several studies. Furthermore, CITRA's Director Tristán Gálvez, is also an associate consultant to Modelistica. Consequently this professional team is well suited to provide support and consultancy related to the TRANUS system. Contact Tristán Gálvez at: firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the most important universities in Panama, the UTP has a research group in the area of urban and transport planning. Recently Anita Morais joined UTP. She is one of the most experienced users of the TRANUS system, having been closely linked to Modelistica for more than 20 years. Anita and her colleagues are in a very good position to provide support and consultancy in the use of the modeling system. The UTP also provides an ideal surrounding for international training workshops. Contact Anita Morais at: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
There are two discussion groups about the TRANUS system:
The best way to get support is to join the open discussion group. In this way, if you send a question, you might get many useful replies. You can also contact other members of the group with experience in the use of TRANUS.