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Development of SimSmartMobility simulation tool for innovative mobility solutions

Ever more traffic information is becoming available and is increasingly used in the form of mobility services such as a parking app or a traffic speed advisory service. TNO, TU Delft and the Connecting Mobility programme (of the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment) are to develop an open platform and simulation tool for Smart Mobility, called "SimSmartMobility". This will provide fast insight into accessibility of a particular city or region, for example.

A first prototype of the SimSmartMobility simulation tool will be completed at the end of 2016. A declaration of intent to that effect was signed on 11 August.   Read more

Source: TU Delft
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