Simulation of Urban MObility Publisher's description
"Simulation of Urban MObility", or "SUMO" for short, is an open source, microscopic, multi-modal traffic simulation.
"Simulation of Urban MObility", or "SUMO" for short, is an open source, microscopic, multi-modal traffic simulation. It allows to simulate how a given traffic demand which consists of single vehicles moves through a given road network. The simulation allows to address a large set of traffic management topics. It is purely microscopic: each vehicle is modelled explicitly, has an own route, and moves individually through the network.
Includes all applications needed to prepare and perform a traffic simulation (network and routes import, DUA, simulation)
Space-continuous and time-discrete vehicle movement
Different vehicle types
Multi-lane streets with lane changing
Different right-of-way rules, traffic lights
A fast openGL graphical user interface
Manages networks with several 10.000 edges (streets)
Fast execution speed (up to 100.000 vehicle updates/s on a 1GHz machine)
Interoperability with other application at run-time
Network-wide, edge-based, vehicle-based, and detector-based outputs
Imports VISUM, Vissim, Shapefiles, OSM, RoboCup, and XML-Descriptions
Missing values are determined via heuristics
Microscopic routes - each vehicle has an own one
Different Dynamic User Assignment algorithms
Only standard c++ and portable libraries are used
Packages for Windows main Linux distributions exist
High interoperability through usage of XML-data only
Open source (GPL)
System Requirements:No special requirements.
Program Release Status: Minor Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall