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How to win the battle against rising vehicle emissions

How to win the battle against rising vehicle emissions Traffic Technology International March 2019 A technology profile on how Siemens and Aimsun are contributing to the success of the ultra low emission zone in London.   As part of a series of initiatives to improve air quality in the city, on 8 April 2019 Transport for London (TfL) is to enforce an Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in central London. From then, most vehicles, including cars and vans, will have to either meet new, tighter exh [...]

How to win the battle against rising vehicle emissions2019-04-05T07:53:47-03:00

How the LAMBDA-V project could help make driverless cars more human

How the LAMBDA-V project could help make driverless cars more human The Engineer March 2019 David Fowler explores how the LAMBDA-V project is helping driverless cars to understand and embrace the unwritten rules of human driving behavior.   Last month the government announced moves to update regulations for testing autonomous vehicles, aiming to pave the way to allow fully self-driving vehicles to be introduced on UK roads by 2021. Observers believe that cars that will be able to steer, bra [...]

How the LAMBDA-V project could help make driverless cars more human2019-03-26T07:50:01-03:00

Fokus Smart City: Städtische Bastelarbeit

Fokus Smart City: Städtische Bastelarbeit VDI nachrichten 24. Januar 2019 Die Digitalisierung bietet Chancen für Kommunen. Weltweit haben sich Städte auf den Weg zur Smart City gemacht. Doch Schnelligkeit allein entscheidet nicht. Von Stephan W. Eder, Fabian Kurmann, Regine Bönsch.   VDI nachrichten: Die Metropolen der Welt rüsten sich für einen Ansturm: Derzeit lebt rund die Hälfte der Bevölkerung laut den Vereinten Nationen in Städten, bis zum Jahr 2050 sollen es mehr als 70 % sein. Folge [...]

Fokus Smart City: Städtische Bastelarbeit2019-01-31T09:14:51-03:00

LAMBDA-V: artificial intelligence starts with human data

LAMBDA-V: artificial intelligence starts with human data Intelligent Transport Magazine January 2019 Andy Graham, LAMBDA-V Project Manager, details how collecting the informal rules of driving could help highly autonomous vehicles learn about how human drivers really use UK roads.   Think of a regular journey you make from home – maybe to the nearest motorway, or the school run, or the supermarket. Now think of all the unusual parts of that journey where you drive using your personal experi [...]

LAMBDA-V: artificial intelligence starts with human data2019-01-25T11:42:08-03:00

Digital Twins: Testing Autonomous Vehicles in a Virtual World

Digital Twins: Testing Autonomous Vehicles in a Virtual World Transportation as a Service (TaaS) Magazine December 2018 The latest mobility modeling software creates a digital twin of the real world, a perfect virtual copy, where vehicle manufacturers and traffic managers can safely explore the limits of autonomous and connected vehicle technology to enable safer real-world deployment.  Connected and autonomous vehicles are soon to become part of our lives and the role of simulation in transport [...]

Digital Twins: Testing Autonomous Vehicles in a Virtual World2018-12-13T08:14:10-03:00

HumanDrive: Traffic modelling reveals potential of connected and autonomous vehicles

HumanDrive: Traffic modelling reveals potential of connected and autonomous vehicles HumanDrive blogpost by Mark Brackstone, Aimsun November 2018 Can CAVs stop accidents and massively increase capacity? Aimsun and Highways England use traffic modelling to find the answers. The theoretical benefits of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) are well known: the total elimination of accidents, and a potential 900% increase in capacity by using platooning systems. However, the practical benefits wh [...]

HumanDrive: Traffic modelling reveals potential of connected and autonomous vehicles2018-11-16T10:08:10-03:00

Simulating a mobility revolution: connected and autonomous vehicles

Simulating a mobility revolution: connected and autonomous vehicles Intertraffic World 2019 Showcase November 2018 Testing connected and autonomous vehicles doesn’t begin on the road – the latest modeling software can create accurate virtual worlds that enable vehicle manufacturers and traffic managers to explore the limits of the technology in order to enable safer real-world deployment. Widespread use of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) is drawing closer, and the role of simulation in [...]

Simulating a mobility revolution: connected and autonomous vehicles2018-11-15T12:00:14-03:00

Real-time traffic management or short-term prediction?

Real-time traffic management or short-term prediction? Traffic Technology International Magazine October/November 2018 Short-term prediction, decision support systems and predictive modeling: all familiar concepts to experts in transportation, but given the many real-time adaptive traffic management systems, do we really need them? An effective decision support system that looks into the short-term future, integrated with real-time traffic management, provides an advanced ITS toolkit that enable [...]

Real-time traffic management or short-term prediction?2018-10-04T06:31:41-03:00

Aimsun believes that simulation is key for CAV testing

Aimsun believes that simulation holds the key ITS World Congress 2018 Daily News 19th September 2018 The Aimsun team is in Copenhagen to showcase the value of simulation for testing connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs). There are two main perspectives on this: Car manufacturers want to use simulation as a debugging environment, to run virtual tests with software and hardware in the loop, to see how their products are going to perform in the network; meanwhile, public administrations want to [...]

Aimsun believes that simulation is key for CAV testing2018-09-19T06:29:19-03:00

Simulating Connected Vehicles with the V2X Framework

Simulating Connected Vehicles with the V2X Framework FLOURISH, 21 August 2018   This blog post on the FLOURISH website describes the key role that simulation with Aimsun Next software plays in supporting the FLOURISH project by providing a set of tools for investigation into the use of Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) connectivity. The new, extensible V2X Framework in Aimsun Next can help researchers design innovative new systems based around connected vehicles and allow them to test future urba [...]

Simulating Connected Vehicles with the V2X Framework2018-08-28T05:06:09-03:00