Jan 2021: New article reporting on some of the latest results from the LEVITATE project, investigating how autonomous vehicles could be implemented in the operation of passenger cars in cities.
ITS International Magazine, July 2020: Real world testing for CAVs has its limits. Gavin Jackman explains the key role of virtual testing.
AV International Magazine, June 2020: Delivered by 11 partners, led by Aimsun, and partly funded by government body Innovate UK, OmniCAV is a project designed to bridge simulation and trials on test tracks and on the street.
June 2020: EarthSense works with Aimsun to collect and analyse air quality data for the Highways England-funded project, NEVFMA.
We are happy to announce that we are starting our first project with our new client, the Société d’Economie Mixte d’Aménagement de Paris (SEMAPA), working on the large-scale renovation plans for the famous Gare d’Austerlitz in Paris.
Highway News, April 30, 2020: At the ITS Canada webinar, Matthew Juckes asks whether we will ever go back to “normal” and discusses how the transportation industry needs a robust modeling system that is flexible enough to test multiple, ever-changing scenarios.
Transport Technology Forum Newsletter, February 2020: Aimsun develops proof-of-concept for a Signal Phase and Timing (SPaT) evaluation tool within the Aimsun Next modeling environment.
Feb 2020: Aimsun is a consortium partner in the HumanDrive research project into the latest autonomous vehicle technologies, which has successfully completed a complex, 230-mile, self-navigated journey on UK roads.
Jan 2020: Aimsun is a partner in this EU-funded project to assesses the impact of emerging transportation solutions on our cities.
AV International magazine, October 2019: Gavin Jackman explains how
creating a digital twin of the real world enables safe exploration
of autonomous and connected vehicle technology.
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
May 2019: The Alan Turing Institute team has integrated population growth projections, agent-based modelling and Aimsun traffic simulation to assist the development of intelligent transport systems.
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.
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.
TRB has appointed Mark Brackstone to its Standing Committee on Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics.
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.