Simulation/Bluetooth

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Overview

SUMO supports the simulation of wireless onboard devices to facilitate a sensor mechanism which relies on the detection of radio signals (usually bluetooth or WLAN) emitted by the vehicle. Every vehicle can act as a sender and/or a receiving device. The parameters of the detection (e.g. the range and detection probability) can be configured and a log of the detection events can be written. It is currently not possible to retrieve the detection events via TraCI or react directly in the simulation to such an event. The relevant parameters for configuring the sender and recevier devices are described at SUMO#Communication. Details on the detection process can be found in the following publication: Behrisch, Michael and Gurczik, Gaby (2014) Modelling Bluetooth Inquiry for SUMO. In: SUMO2014 Modeling Mobility with Open Data. SUMO2014, 15.-16. Mai 2014, Berlin

Output

The option --bt-output generates an XML output file of the following form:


<bt-output>
    <bt id="<VEHICLE_ID>">
        <seen id="<VEHICLE_ID>" tBeg="<TIME>" observerPosBeg="<COORD>" observerSpeedBeg="<SPEED>" observerLaneIDBeg="<LANE_ID>" observerLanePosBeg="<LANE_POS>"
                                              seenPosBeg="<COORD>" seenSpeedBeg="<SPEED>" seenLaneIDBeg="<LANE_ID>" seenLanePosBeg="<LANE_POS>"
                                tEnd="<TIME>" observerPosEnd="<COORD>" observerSpeedEnd="<SPEED>" observerLaneIDEnd="<LANE_ID>" observerLanePosEnd="<LANE_POS>"
                                              seenPosEnd="<COORD>" seenSpeedEnd="<SPEED>" seenLaneIDEnd="<LANE_ID>" seenLanePosEnd="<LANE_POS>"
                                observerRoute="<EDGE_ID>+" seenRoute="<EDGE_ID>+">
            <recognitionPoint t="<TIME>" observerPos="<COORD>" observerSpeed="<SPEED>" observerLaneID="<LANE_ID>" observerLanePos="<LANE_POS>"
                                         seenPos="<COORD>" seenSpeed="<SPEED>" seenLaneID="<LANE_ID>" seenLanePos="<LANE_POS>"/>
 
            ... more recognition points ...

        </seen>

        ... more contacts of the same vehicle ...
    </bt>

    ... more data of of sensor vehicles ...
</bt-output>

If the option --device.btreceiver.all-recognitions is not given only the first recognition point will be printed for each encounter. The meanings of the written values are given in the following table.

Name Type Description
id@bt ID The id of the observing vehicle (receiver)
id@seen ID The id of the detected vehicle (sender)
tBeg s The time the sender entered the detection range
observerPosBeg x,y in m Cartesian coordinates of the observer when the sender entered the range
observerSpeedBeg m/s Speed of the observer when the sender entered the range
observerLaneIDBeg ID Lane id of the observer when the sender entered the range
observerLanePosBeg m Longitudinal position on the lane of the observer when the sender entered the range
seenPosBeg x,y in m Cartesian coordinates of the sender when it entered the range
seenSpeedBeg m/s Speed of the sender when it entered the range
seenLaneIDBeg ID Lane id of the sender when it entered the range
seenLanePosBeg m Longitudinal position on the lane of the sender when it entered the range
tEnd s The time the sender left the detection range
observerPosEnd x,y in m Cartesian coordinates of the observer when the sender left the range
observerSpeedEnd m/s Speed of the observer when the sender left the range
observerLaneIDEnd ID Lane id of the observer when the sender left the range
observerLanePosEnd m Longitudinal position on the lane of the observer when the sender left the range
seenPosEnd x,y in m Cartesian coordinates of the sender when it left the range
seenSpeedEnd m/s Speed of the sender when it left the range
seenLaneIDEnd ID Lane id of the sender when it left the range
seenLanePosEnd m Longitudinal position on the lane of the sender when it left the range
observerRoute list of IDs the route of the observing vehicle
seenRoute list of IDs the route of the sender vehicle
t s The time the observer detected the sender
observerPos x,y in m Cartesian coordinates of the observer when it detected the sender
observerSpeed m/s Speed of the observer when it detected the sender
observerLaneID ID Lane id of the observer when it detected the sender
observerLanePos m Longitudinal position on the lane of the observer when it detected the sender
seenPos x,y in m Cartesian coordinates of the sender when it was detected
seenSpeed m/s Speed of the sender when it was detected
seenLaneID ID Lane id of the sender when it left the range
seenLanePos m Longitudinal position on the lane of the sender when it was detected

Simulating Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I)

To simulate detection events between vehicles and a road-side-unit (RSU), it is convenient to place a stopped vehicle at the side of the road. This can be accomplished by by setting attribute parking="true".


This page was last modified on 11 October 2016, at 11:28.