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Webinar 2018

As part of its network activities, MoviCi is organizing a series of webinars with mobility experts from Europe and South America.

 

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SUMO - Simulation of Urban MObility

V2X Standardization

SUMO - Simulation of Urban MObility

Wednesday 11th July - 2018

08:00 AM - 09:00 AM (Colombian time)

 

Speakers:

• Dr. Jakob Erdmann (Jakob.Erdmann@dlr.de, +49 30 67055 232): SUMO expert from DLR

• Prof. Jairo Espinosa (jespinov@unal.edu.co, (57-4) 4255284): professor of traffic modeling at the National University of Colombia in Medellín

 

Eclipse Simulation of Urban Mobility (SUMO) is a free and open traffic simulation tool suite. SUMO allows modelling and analyzing intermodal traffic systems, including road vehicles, public transport, cargo logistics, and pedestrians. Included with SUMO is a wealth of supporting tools, which handle tasks like route finding, visualization, network import and emission calculation. SUMO can be enhanced with custom models and it provides various APIs to remotely control and influence the simulation. Eclipse SUMO comprises of a graphical user interface and a variety of external programs for pre- and post-processing.

 

SUMO expert Dr. Jakob Erdmann will introduce some of the basic features:

 

• Generating a 3-Click scenario with osmWebWizard.py

• Fixing the network with NETEDIT (Visual editor for street networks, traffic lights, detectors, and further network elements)

• Adapting and import public transport data from OSM with NETCONVERT (network importer)

• Adapting and calibrating passenger traffic demand

• Parking areas rerouting/define road-side parking and parking demand

 

Traffic congestion is nowadays one of the most common problems of modern cities. It is becoming more evident that an increased congestion brings environmental impacts like air pollution and noise. For this reason, governments, researchers, and the private sector are making efforts to improve mobility. Traffic simulations facilitate the evaluation of infrastructure changes as well as policy changes before implementing them in the real world. Prof. Jairo Espinosa, professor of traffic modeling at the National University of Colombia in Medellín presents the implementation of a traffic light control system using SUMO, TRACI, and Matlab and the use of the tools to estimate emissions for a large scale example in the city of Medellin. Finally some remarks on the importance of the interaction of SUMO with other software simulation tools.

 

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V2X Standardization (Vehicle-to-everything)

Thursday 26th April - 2018

08:00 AM - 09:00 AM (Colombian time)

 

Experts:

• Klaus Banse (Fundación ITS Colombia)

• Luis Felipe Herrera (Universidad Piloto de Colombia)

 

How does the development of highways  lead towards V2X?

Timeline of standards US and Europe. How could Colombia develop?

 

 

The first webinar is about the standardization of V2X communication as an important issue of Smart Mobility.

In the field of V2X communication, the introduction into the market of complex systems and services has already begun. In order to guarantee the requirements in terms of availability, reliability and security at the interfaces between systems and manufacturers, a broad standardization is required. This is essential both for optimal organization, information and traffic guidance and for the support of autonomous driving. The practices and markets of Europe and South America are quite different in this respect. Therefore, this webinar will serve to evaluate and discuss together with experts from both continents the current standardization activities with respect to ETSI and 3GPP.

 

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