Stadium Design Student Manual
The Stadium Design Module provides guidelines on modeling a stadium following key performance indicators. Topics covered include frequent stadium design issues such as designing for coverage, sectorization strategies, and business case considerations. Advanced topics in stadium design include handover planning, multi-sector stadium design, installation and design constraints.
Stadium design and modeling exercises, combined with knowledge checks are included to ensure hands-on practice. Workshops include creating a head-end for multi-sector design and performing steps to sectorize and adjust the design for contiguous coverage. Learners are required to have Level 2 or equivalent skill set in Building Modeling and Capacity Planning experience in iBwave Design as a prerequisite to this course.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Model a stadium using inclined surfaces and customized materials
- Customize wall materials
- Optimize a design using Key Performance Indicators
- Overcome design issues such as sectorization strategies and interaction with surrounding macrocells
- Create a head-end to be used in a stadium design with sectors and use techniques to adjust the design to achieve contiguous coverage within each sector.