Micro-Simulation Tools on the WWW
Here is a list of links to pages on the Web about micro-simulation tools
for solving road traffic management problems.
AIMSUN2 - A micro-simulator
developed by UPC, Barcelona.
CORSIM - A micro-simulator that
combines freeway and urban models, developed by the FHWA.
FOSIM - A micro-simulator
developed at the Technical University of Delft.
HIPERTRANS - A European
Commission DGVII funded project to develop a micro-simulator linked to
an adaptive signal control system.
- A micro-simulator developed at the Helsinki University of Technology.
- A parallel micro-simulator developed at the University of Cologne. Includes
an on-line demo.
A MIcroscopic Traffic SIMulator developed at MIT.
- An urban micro-simulator based on Cellular Automata, developed by the
University of Duisburg.
- A parallel micro-simulator developed at Nottingham Trent University Computing
PARAMICS - A parallel micro-simulator
originally developed by the Edinburgh
Parallel Computing Centre at the University of Edinburgh and SIAS
Ltd. It has subsequently been further developed and marketed by both
Quadstone Ltd and SIAS
Ltd. Both SIAS and Paramics distribute the software wordwide.
SIAS has exclusive rights in the UK and Ireland, Quadstone has the sole rights in USA, Argentina,
Japan and Singapore.
A sub-microscopic simulation program developed at the Institut
für Kraftfahrwesen Aachen.
- A parallel micro-simulator developed at the University of Cologne.
- A microscopic simulator for testing intelligent vehicle algorithms.
SimTraffic - A micro-simulation
tool developed by Trafficware.
SMARTAHS and SMARTPATH
- Micro-simulation tools developed as part of the PATH
program at the University of California, Berkeley.
STEER - A micro-simulator
developed by the Network Control Group at the University of York.
TexSIM - A micro-simulator
developed by the Texas Transportation Institute to help in the design of
real-time traffic control systems.
TRAFFICQ - A micro-simulator
developed by MVA.
CORSIM, FLEXSYT-II, INTEGRATION. A suite of micro-simulators sold by
PC-Trans and McTrans.
A US Department of Transportation funded micro-simulator developed by the
Los Alamos National Laboratory.
- A traffic simulator developed by CSIRO and the Roads and Traffic Authority
of New South Wales.
VISSIM - A micro-simulator
developed by PTV System, Germany.
to evaluate the CLAIRE intelligent supervisor used with a SCOOT UTC system
The micro-simulation projects of Benz
used to evaluate enhancements to the SCOOT and SPOT UTC systems in DRIVE
II project PRIMAVERA
Spatial Decision Support
Systems for Emergency Planning
used to develop an adaptive bus priority system
Assessment of Advanced Vehicle Control Systems with the vehicle oriented
Traffic Simulation Tool PELOPS.
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