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Re: [sumo-user] Models for pedestrian simulation

the current area of improvement concerns intermodal scenarios (persons that alternate in walking and riding in vehicles). In the latest release, intermodal routing must be performed before the simulation starts with one of our tools. We are working on capabilities for dynamic intermodal routing during the simulation. This would allow a person who misses the bus to  walk to an alternative bus stop or walk the whole way instead of riding.

A scenario with pedestrians and vehicles is available here:
We currently have no larger pedestrian scenario for download but you can quickly build your own using the webWizard:


2017-10-18 9:52 GMT+02:00 Víctor Caballero Codina <vcaballero@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:

I am willing to simulate urban mobility for ad-hoc network purposes (Social Internet of Things). In order to avoid starting from scratch, I have looked at data available in the SUMO wiki and I have googled for scenarios both in Google and Google Scholar, but I wonder if there is a more complete scenario where both vehicles and pedestrian behaviours are simulated, or pedestrians only. Also, I have just joined this mailing list and read that pedestrian mobility realistic models are under heavy construction. Can anyone inform me about the current status of pedestrian simulation and why it has to be improved?

Thank you,

Víctor Caballero (vcaballero@xxxxxxxxxxxx)
Ph.D. Student at La Salle Barcelona - Ramon Llull University

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