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Sumo Essentials An Updated Introduction

Published 6/2024
Created by Ednardo de Oliveira Ferreira
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 25 Lectures ( 3h 23m ) | Size: 2 GB

Master traffic simulation with our introductory Sumo course, learning effective microsimulation in just a few sessions.

What you’ll learn:
Understanding SUMO Basics: Explain the fundamental concepts and components of SUMO. Navigate the SUMO graphical user interface (GUI) effectively.
Network Creation and Editing: Create and modify traffic networks using SUMO NetEdit. Understand the representation of road networks and junctions.
Traffic Demand Modeling: Define vehicle types and attributes in SUMO. Model traffic demand using trips and flows.
Traffic Signal Control: Configure and optimize traffic signal controllers. Analyze the impact of different signal control strategies.
Simulation Execution: Run traffic simulations using SUMO. Interpret simulation results and performance metrics.
Analysis of Traffic Patterns: Analyze and interpret traffic patterns, congestion, and delays. Identify factors influencing traffic flow.
Real-world Applications: Apply SUMO to real-world traffic scenarios and case studies. Understand how SUMO contributes to traffic management and urban planning.
Basic Understanding of Traffic Concepts: Familiarity with basic traffic flow concepts and terminology.
Welcome to our updated course! Built on the foundation of the previous version, it’s meticulously reviewed for a more enriching learning experience. With new content, improved resources, and the latest insights, we provide an up-to-date educational journey. Simulation of Urban MObility (SUMO) is an open-source, microscopic, and continuous road traffic simulation for large networks. Master the creation of realistic traffic simulations with SUMO and NetEdit tools. Define vehicle types, run simulations, and generate reports in this hands-on course. Craft networks with traffic lights, bus stops, and lanes. Experience creating every element you see!Simulation of Urban MObility is an open-source, highly portable, microscopic, and continuous road traffic simulation package designed for large networks. In this course, you’ll master the creation of realistic and powerful traffic simulations using the Simulation of Urban Mobility (SUMO) tool.Utilizing SUMO and NetEdit tools, you’ll craft networks with elements like traffic lights, bus stops, and bus lanes. Define vehicle types, trips behaviors, run simulations, and generate reports in this hands-on online course. You’ll create every element you see!This course is designed for individuals interested in mastering traffic simulations and gaining hands-on experience with Simulation of Urban Mobility (SUMO). Whether you’re a transportation professional, urban planner, engineer, or someone passionate about understanding and managing traffic dynamics, this course provides practical skills for creating realistic simulations in large road networks. No matter your background, if you want to enhance your knowledge of traffic simulation tools and techniques, this course is tailored to suit your learning needs.
Who this course is for:
Transportation Engineers: Professionals involved in traffic engineering, urban planning, and transportation management seeking to enhance their skills in traffic microsimulation.
Urban Planners: Professionals involved in urban planning, city development, and spatial design who want to integrate traffic simulation into their planning processes.
Professionals in Traffic Management: Individuals working in traffic management and control who want to leverage simulation tools for optimizing traffic signal timings and overall traffic flow.
Government Officials and Policy Makers: Officials involved in urban governance and policymakers interested in using simulation tools for informed decision-making related to transportation infrastructure.
Researchers and Academics: Researchers and academics interested in traffic simulation as part of their studies or research projects.
Students in Relevant Disciplines: Undergraduate or graduate students studying transportation engineering, civil engineering, computer science, or a related field looking to broaden their knowledge.

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