Urban Network Analysis (UNA) offers powerful methods for assessing distances, accessibilities and encounters between people or places along spatial networks. The new UNA Rhino toolbox makes urban network analysis available in Rhino 5, adding a number of new features and functionalities. The UNA Rhino toolbox was developed in order to make spatial network analysis tools available to architects, designers and planners who do not have access to GIS and typically work on designs in Rhino. Having UNA metrics in Rhino, not only allows one to analyze how a specific spatial network performs, but to also incorporate the analysis into a fast and iterative design process, where networks can be designed, evaluated and redesigned in seamless cycles to rapidly improve the outcome.The UNA Rhino toolbox is significantly faster that its GIS counterpart, which has been available as a plugin for ArcGIS since 2012. Users also have an ability to rapidly create and edit networks from any Rhino curve objects, making network design and redesign simple and intuitive. The analytic options available to the user have expanded, giving you more precise control to analyze exactly what you need for every unique spatial network problem.
|Andres Sevtsuk||Raul Kalvo|
|Lab director||Lead developer|