15. Future smart intersection: Could automated vehicles improve mobility in cities?
Responsable(s) :
Anastasios Kouvelas, Isik Ilber Sirmatel, Nikolas Geroliminis
Description :
One isolated intersection is studied and only automated vehicles are using the network. All vehicles can communicate their speed, position and acceleration to the infrastructure on a second-by-second basis (or even more frequently) and they can also receive back commands. All data is available online in an "Internet of Things" concept. The objective is to plan the cross of the intersection for vehicles of conflicting movements safely and efficiently. We seek optimal solutions that minimize delay (or maximize throughput) by utilizing the online streams of data.
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Type :
semester project
Submitted on :
August 18, 2016