At the DLR
- MAVEN Managing Automated Vehicles Enhances Network
- TransAID new hierarchical traffic management procedures to allow the smooth integration of automated vehicles in traffic systems
- VITAL: innovative traffic light control with V2X Communication.
- VABENE. SUMO simulates and predicts large-scale traffic for disaster and public event management
- I.MoVe developing additional car following models
- Urban Mobility Intermodal routing and modeling of transfer between vehicles in SUMO
- Mobility Inside Using SUMO's intermodal routing engine
- HubChain (german) simulating autonomous public transport in rural areas
- MENDEL modeling electric buses and optimizing charging with respect to grid load
- VEU. In this project, SUMO is used to simulated the traffic of Berlin
- COLOMBO Cooperative Self-Organizing System for low Carbon Mobility at low Penetration Rates
- iTetris An Integrated Wireless and Traffic Platform for Real-Time Road Traffic Management Solutions
- Delphi: country-wide traffic analysis and prognosis for Germany
- ORINOKO: improvements on mobility in the city of Nürnberg
- TrafficOnline: traffic flow estimation using cellular phones
- Soccer2006: Traffic prognosis during the FIFA-WorldCup 2006
- Weltjugendtag2005: Traffic prognosis during the world youth day 2005
- TrafficTower: A virtual traffic management centre
- INVENT: Evaluation of modern traffic management approaches
- OIS: Verification of using optical sensors for optimization of traffic lights
- CityMobil Automatic urban transportation. A simulation for a parking lot inspired by the Rome demonstrator is included with SUMO.
- DRIVE C2X Driving implementation and evaluation of C2X communication technology
At other Institutions
- VENTOS a VEhicular NeTwork Open Simulator
- Webots a 3D physics robot simulator connected to SUMO
- eWorld - an application that allows to convert and enrich roads networks; interaction is done via the TraCI-protocol
- TraNS - Traffic and Network Simulation environment for design, implementation and realistic evaluation of VANET applications
by Michal Piorkowski, Maxim Raya, Ada Lezama Lugo and Jean-Pierre Hubaux from Laboratory for Computer Communications and Applications (LCA), EPFL, Switzerland
TraNS is the first open-source project providing a full-blown application-centric evaluation framework for VANETs. It has a unique set of features necessary to build VANET applications and evaluate them in realistic conditions. It comes with a set of ready to use examples.
publications: Piorkowski, Raya, Lugo, Papadimitratos, Grossglauser, Hubaux 2007
- Veins - "Vehicles in Network Simulation"
by Christoph Sommer from the Department of Computer Science, University of Erlangen, Germany
publications: Sommer, Yao, German, Dressler, 2008, Sommer, Yao, German, Dressler, 2008 (2)
- "Assessment of traffic regulation policies for the minimization of pollutants emissions"
by Mauro Bianchi at CEFRIEL, Italy.
This project uses SUMO in combination with EMEP/CORINAIR methodology for evaluating the impact of different traffic regulation strategies on pollutants emissions. Traffic simulations are performed offline for identifying some optimal regulation policies for different local traffic conditions, using a simple evolutionary algorithm. We hypothesize an online regulation system with a network of sensors that is used to recognize the current traffic situations and deploy the optimal traffic regulation policies.
- Fidens – Trust between Cooperative Systems in Application to VANETs
This project investigates trust in vehicular networks (VANETs). Besides the trust research, it features a simulation environment for large scale vehicular network applications. Our typical scenario involves about 13000 vehicles per day over 26 weeks. We build on top of SUMO and the network simulator Shawn. Shawn aims on investigating an algorithm in a network while the underlying layers are kept well controlled. To do so, it simulates the effects of the underlying layers, not their protocols in detail. This makes it especially fast and suitable for application developers.
by Stefan Edelkamp, Shahidd Jabar and Tilman Mehrer (supervisors) from the University of Dortmund, Germany
many thanks go to students who have extendended SUMO: Maik Drozdzynski, Andreas Gaubatz and Miguel Liebe
publications: Edelkamp, Jabar, Mehrer, 2005