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Extending SUMO for lane-free microscopic simulation of connected and automated vehicles

Troullinos Dimitrios, Chalkiadakis Georgios, Manolis Diamantis, Papamichail Ioannis, Papageorgiou Markos

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Extent9 pagesen
TitleExtending SUMO for lane-free microscopic simulation of connected and automated vehiclesen
CreatorTroullinos Dimitriosen
CreatorΤρουλλινος Δημητριοςel
CreatorChalkiadakis Georgiosen
CreatorΧαλκιαδακης Γεωργιοςel
CreatorManolis Diamantisen
CreatorΜανωλης Διαμαντηςel
CreatorPapamichail Ioannisen
CreatorΠαπαμιχαηλ Ιωαννηςel
CreatorPapageorgiou Markosen
CreatorΠαπαγεωργιου Μαρκοςel
PublisherTIB Open Publishingen
Content SummaryThis paper presents some new developments related to TrafficFluid-Sim, a lane-free microscopic simulator that extends the SUMO simulation infrastructure to model lane-free traffic environments, allowing vehicles to be located at any lateral position, disregarding standard notions of car-following and lane-change maneuvers that are typically embedded within a (lanebased) simulator. A dynamic library has been designed for traffic monitoring and lane-free vehicle movement control, one that does not impose any inter-tool “communication” delays that standard practices with the TraCI module introduce; and enables the emulation of vehicleto-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication. We first summarize the various core components that constitute our simulator, and then discuss the new capability to utilize the bicycle kinematic model, additionally to the usual double-integrator model, as a more realistic model of vehicle movement dynamics, particularly for a lane-free traffic environment. Finally, we developed the necessary components so that the bicycle model can alternatively be combined with the use of global coordinates for more realistic simulation in road networks with curvature, such as roundabouts.en
Type of ItemΣύντομη Δημοσίευση σε Συνέδριοel
Type of ItemConference Short Paperen
Date of Item2022-12-30-
Date of Publication2022-
SubjectLane-free trafficen
SubjectMicroscopic modelling and simulationen
SubjectConnected and automated vehiclesen
Bibliographic CitationD. Troullinos, G. Chalkiadakis, D. Manolis, I. Papamichail, and M. Papageorgiou, “Extending SUMO for lane-free microscopic simulation of connected and automated vehicles,” in SUMO Conf. Proc., vol. 3, pp. 95–103, Sep. 2022, doi: 10.52825/scp.v3i.110.en

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