SIMMOBILTY

Development of an agent-based demand and supply urban transportation simulation platform including passenger and freight. SimMobility integrates different temporal dimensions (long-term, mid-term, and short-term), simulates smart mobility services, and adapts dynamic plan-action activity-based behavioral modeling.

 

FMS

An innovative freight and passenger mobility sensing system. FMS leverages advanced mobile technologies and machine learning techniques to capture high-resolution, multi-day data, and deliver insights into mobility behavior. Innovative applications include surveying passenger behaviour capturing related preferences and satisfaction information, as well as vehicular and freight shipment movements.

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FUTURE MOBILITY SENSING

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FUTURE FREIGHT AND LOGISTICS SURVEY

 

DYNAMIT

DynaMIT is a state-of-the-art, real-time computer system designed to effectively support the operation of Advanced Traveler Information Systems (ATIS) and Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS) at a Traffic Management Center (TMC). Sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), with Oak Ridge National Laboratories (ORNL) as the program manager, DynaMIT was the result of several years of intense research and development by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Intelligent Transportation Systems Program.


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MITSIM

MITSIMLab is an open-source simulation-based laboratory that was developed for evaluating the impacts of alternative traffic management system designs at the operational level and assisting in subsequent design refinement. Examples of systems that can be evaluated with MITSIMLab include advanced traffic management systems (ATMS) and route guidance systems. MITSIMLab was developed at the MIT Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Program. Professor Moshe Ben-Akiva, Director of the ITS Program at MIT, and Dr. Haris Koutsopoulos, from the Volpe Center, were co-principal investigators in MITSIMLab's development. Dr. Qi Yang, of MIT and Caliper Corporation, was the principal developer.

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