A Vehicle Motion Simulator, Vemosim, Combined With Digital Road Data - A New Way For Quantifying Impacts Of Its And Other Measures
AbstractCurrently there is no concise methodology to objectively estimate costs and benefits related to Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) applications, based on real data measurement. The paper describes a new inclusive methodology, based on the use of a vehicle motion simulator (VEMOSIM) and digital road data, which can be used for quantifying traffic impacts of different ITS and other applications. The impacts are estimated by using a vehicle motion simulator and digital road data. ITS applicability is demonstrated in two use cases.
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Volume (Year): 8 (2004)
Issue (Month): 1 (January)
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