Aimsun liefert Großbritanniens erstes grafschaftsweites Modell zur Vorhersage von Verkehrsströmen und Emissionen
Juni 2020: Aimsun ist federführend bei der Lieferung des ersten voll funktionsfähigen, grafschaftsweiten Prognosemodells für das strategische Straßennetz der Highways England in Oxfordshire.
Sept 2019: Members of the public can test the CAPRI on-demand mobility service to travel around the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London, UK.
Sept 2019: UK Connected and Automated Mobility Roadmap pinpoints 500+ milestones required to get self-driving vehicles on Britain’s roads in the thousands by 2030
July 2019: A new HE-funded project will use Aimsun Live decision support to mitigate the environmental impacts of road traffic.
May 2019: The final release of Aimsun Next 8.4 features enhanced modeling capability for connected and autonomous vehicles at different levels of detail.
Feb 2019: Our main area of focus in this new public beta is to enhance modeling capability for connected and autonomous vehicles at different levels of detail.
Nov 2018: Aimsun is part of this £5.7m study on how European cities can create new systems to accommodate the forecast growth of driverless vehicles, as well as autonomous freight and logistics.
Nov 2018: Humanizing autonomous vehicles: this one-year feasibility study uses massive data sets to evaluate how human driver behavior can be analysed and used to accelerate the adoption of CAVs.
Research aims to build on existing models of driver and pedestrian behavior, extending them with methods and knowledge from cognitive neuroscience and machine learning.
Aimsun is part of the consortium embarking on a UK government-funded project to create a high fidelity simulation environment to test connected and autonomous vehicles.
EarthSense has announced development of a new app in collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA) and Aimsun. The app will identify and map the cleanest air routes, allowing users to find the least polluted options when walking, running or cycling.
New UK government-funded project helps to explore how simulated environments can support the development of self-driving technology.
FLOURISH blog, Aug 2018: Simulation plays a key role in the FLOURISH project by providing a set of tools for investigation into the use of Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) connectivity.
Aimsun in 30-month Renault-Nissan Alliance Autonomous Vehicle research project, which will culminate in the most complex journey yet attempted across the UK without driver input.
CAPRI is a £4.2-million government-funded project led by AECOM, aimed at the design, development and testing of new autonomous and connected on-demand pods.
40 transport professionals gathered at the first ever UK-specific Aimsun Users’ Meeting in London last month to focus on local research and projects.
The FLOURISH project, funded by InnovateUK this year, will develop services and
capabilities that link user needs and system requirements, focusing on the core themes
of connectivity, autonomy and customer interaction. By Mark Brackstone (TSS) and John McCarthy (Atkins).
Dr James Tate of the Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds and Andrew Bradshaw of Fore Consulting Ltd examine the importance of accurate emissions modelling.
UK Connected and Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) project to focus on the mobility needs of older adults, Traffic Technology Today , February 2016
Aimsun in UK Connected and Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) project to focus on the mobility needs of older adults
FLOURISH: Aimsun wins role in UK consortium to lead R&D in user-centric connected and autonomous vehicles
Aimsun to develop a network operations model for modelling CAVs using Aimsun Next traffic simulation software.