Large-scale simulationsfor automated mobility in Zurich and Paris
Wednesday 26th February 14:00 – 15:00
The Chair Drive for All is pleased to invite you to a seminar on “Large-scale simulations for automated mobility in Zurich and Paris”. We have the honor to receive Sebastian Hörl from the Institute for Transport Planning and Systems within the Swiss Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETHZ).
This seminar is public and free of charge, registration is mandatory.
MINES ParisTech – room L109 - Le Chatelier
60, Boulevard Saint-Michel 75006 Paris
Luxembourg station on RER line B
In recent years Autonomous Mobility on Demand (AMoD) has become an active research field in transport planning. So far, several simulation studies have been presented that estimate which automated taxi fleet size would be able to serve the mobility demand in various cities around the world. One major part in these simulations has been missing so far: the customer behaviour. The talk will cover how this problem has been tackled at the Institute for Transport Planning and Systems at ETH Zurich over the past two years. After a short introduction of the MATSim simulation platform an overview of current results regarding costs, surveys and simulation around AMoD will be given. For the case of Paris a novel simulation scenario will be introduced, including first preliminary results of fleet sizing under the presence of customer behaviour.
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