Multi-Agent Transport Simulation
MATSim provides a framework to implement large-scale agent-based transport simulations. The framework consists of several modules which can be combined or used stand-alone. Modules can be replaced by custom implementations to test single aspects of your own work.
Currently, MATSim offers a framework for demand-modeling, agent-based mobility-simulation (traffic flow simulation), re-planning, a controler to iteratively run simulations as well as methods to analyze the output generated by the modules.
Key Features of MATSim
Fast Dynamic and Agent-Based Traffic Simulation
Simulate whole days within minutes
Private and Public Traffic
Both private cars and transit traffic can be simulated
Supports Large Scenarios
MATSim can simulate millions of agents or huge, detailed networks
Versatile Analyses and Simulation Output
E.g. compare simulated data to real-world counting stations
Easily extended with your own algorithms
You get the Java Source Code, which runs on all major operating systems
The international MATSim community constantly adds new features and improves current ones
Start using MATSim!
To learn more, look at the documentation or at the scenario gallery to see how others use MATSim.
GitHub : https://github.com/matsim-org
MATSim model and data for VIENNA
MATSIM and MaaS
Organizations using or interested in using the resource: OSM
Tags: multi-agent, simulation, traffic, vienna
Categories: Logiciel, Données, Communauté
Theme: Open Street Map OSM, Données ouvertes, Traces de mobilité et des données associées, Logiciel Libre, Collectivité
Challenge: Augmenter les connaissances partagées en cartographie et usages des véhicules et réseaux de transports
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Other related common: Symuvia plateforme simulation trafic, SMARTS Traffic Simulator, PT2MATSim, Aequilibrae
Wealth sought: Expérimentation, Financement
Community of interest: Communauté du Logiciel Libre, Communauté autour des traces de mobilité et des données associées
License: GNU Affero General Public License
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Documentation of the experimentations: MATSim is currently a joint effort by various groups and persons.
The two main drivers for the development of MATSim are:
- Transport Systems Planning and Transport Telematics at the Institute for Land and Sea Transport Systems, Technische Universität Berlin, led by Prof. Dr. Kai Nagel
- Transport Planning at the Institute for Transport Planning and Systems (IVT), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, led by Prof. Dr. Kay W. Axhausen
In addition, the following groups and companies contribute regularly, or have so in the past, to the development of MATSim:
- Senozon, a company in Switzerland with subsidiaries in Germany and Austria, founded by former PhD and research students.
- Simunto, another company in Switzerland, founded by a former PhD and research student.
- Center for Transport Development at the University of Pretoria, especially the group led by Prof. Dr. Johan Joubert.
- Future Cities Laboratory, part of the Singapore-ETH Centre.
- Department of Transport Systems at Poznan University of Technology (Poland), especially Michał Maciejewski.
List of the actors using or willing of using this common: aucun pour le moment
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