Researchers use the visualization capabilities in the TRAVL lab to analyze complex data sets, such as geospatial data about freight movements on US waterways.
The Center for Transportation Analysis brings complex data sets to life in the Transportation Analysis and Visualization Laboratory (TRAVL), a state-of-the-art, 32-seat facility designed to showcase ORNL-developed transportation modeling and simulation tools. With enough processing power for 15 high-definition 3D graphics panels, TRAVL is a signature asset for CTA's contemporary research activities in transportation data visual analytics. It facilitates researchers' requirements to present the most advanced real-time simulation modeling collaborations and visual sharing of data displayed as topographical maps, 3D drawings, and high-definition video. TRAVL excels at illustrating vision-based solutions for challenges CTA is working to solve.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory is managed by UT-Battelle for the Department of Energy