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Re: [sumo-user] Implement pedestrian in Omnet++/Veins/SUMO

You could model the rails as directional roads that are shared with pedestrians. AGVs and pedestrians could either move according to their SUMO-internal behavior models on pre-configured routes (move from location A to location B)  or you could remote-control them by setting their exact coordinate in every simulation step (function moveToXY).
If you have no experience with SUMO, doing some tutorials to become familiar with the standard traffic modelling concepts is highly recommended before moving into non-standard modelling.

Am So., 10. Apr. 2022 um 16:16 Uhr schrieb Thanhnt Nguyen <>:
Dear all
I'm implementing a simulation of AGV (Automated Guided Vehicle) in a human-aware environment (like a hospital)
In the above picture, a pedestrian is a red rectangle. AGVs are white ones and they have their own rails.
In my scenario, pedestrians move between rooms and they could cross the rail at will. I don't have a clue about how to start and what module/source code to modify at the moment
Does anyone know how to implement this move in Omnet++/Veins/SUMO? To me, a small project that implements trajectory of pedestrian is so good

Thank you in advance
PS: I read this thesis: Modelling and Simulating Indoor Pedestrian Movement Behaviour and Displacement, it uses Python, SUMO and TraCI to implement. Unfortunately the author does not share her source code.

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