VNC 2017, IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference, November 27-29, 2017, Torino, Italy
The information that we are collecting in the cities is enhancing our understanding of their dynamics. Cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems (C-ITS) are using mobility
information from vehicles and vulnerable road users to improve road traffic and safety in urban and extra-urban environments. In this field, optimizations are usually done through simulations. An interactive mobility scenario has to fully integrate different means of traffic to achieve this goal; nonetheless, a scenario able to integrate vulnerable users such as pedestrians, bicycles, and motorbikes, is not yet available. In this paper, we present the
analysis of the requirements and preliminary work to create a realistic scenario for urban mobility able to integrate vulnerable users. Based on the Principality of Monaco, the Monaco SUMO Traffic (MoST) Scenario presents a perfect playground to study advanced parking management solutions, and alternative transport modes applications, while keeping into account realistic telecommunication models.
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