Synchronous Intersection Management Protocol for Mixed Traffic Flows
Ref: CISTER-TR-191005 Publication Date: 18 to 21, Feb, 2020
Synchronous Intersection Management Protocol for Mixed Traffic FlowsRef: CISTER-TR-191005 Publication Date: 18 to 21, Feb, 2020
Urban traffic management (UTM) is responsible for planning and controlling traffic on road infrastructures, including lane closures, full freeway closures, and pedestrian access. An essential element in UTM is the Intersection Management (IM) that deals with traffic lights (real or virtual) signaling and is vulnerable to traffic congestion and accidents. In this paper, we propose an intelligent intersection management architecture along with the synchronous intersection management protocol (SIMP). Simulation results show the advantages of SIMP-M (a version of SIMP) over the well known TraCI IM protocol, in terms of both worst-case and average vehicle speed passing through one intersection.
40th IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS 2019), WiP, pp 576-579.
York, United Kingdom.
Notes: RTSS 2019 originally postponed from December 2019 (Hong-Kong) to February 2020 (York, UK) was cancelled.