Due to the Coronavirus crisis and the measures imposed, the SUMO User Conference 2020 has been rescheduled. New date: 26-28 October 2020.
SUMO User Conference 2020
The SUMO User Conference 2020 takes place October, 26-28, 2020 in Berlin.
"Simulation of Urban MObility" (Eclipse SUMO) is an open source, highly portable, microscopic and continuous road traffic simulation package designed to handle large road networks. SUMO is licensed under the Eclipse Public License V2. "Eclipse SUMO" is a trademark of the Eclipse Foundation. If you use SUMO, please support its development by telling us about your Publications.
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This Documentation is continuously updated and always refers to the latest development version. Documentation for a specific release version of SUMO is included in the download of that version.
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- SUMO User Documentation
- Installing SUMO
- Contact Information
Release 1.5.0, 11.02.2020
- MS Windows binaries: sumo-win64-1.5.0.msi
- Source code: sumo-src-1.5.0.tar.gz
- Repositories for binary Linux versions
- macOS binaries: Installing with Homebrew
- All Downloads of this Release
- Data/Traffic Data
- MS Windows binaries: sumo-game-1.5.0.zip
Open Source Software
online interaction with the simulation
a tool by Gunnar Flötteröd which adapts the simulated flows to the real flows in a known net
a tool by Joerg Schweizer supporting the whole SUMO toolchain with a GUI especially for demand modelling
connects SUMO to OMNeT++
a framework for applying reinforcement learning and custom controllers to SUMO, developed at the University of California, Berkeley. 
C2X environment connecting SUMO to different network and application simulators
connects SUMO to ns3, available here.
- ocit2SUMO Generate traffic light signal plans from OCIT® data.
coupling with a robot simulator
extension by online-calibration using induction loop data by Tino Morenz
an application that allows to convert and enrich roads networks