Evaluation of Simulation Tools for analysis of Cooperative Driving Scenarios
|Title||Evaluation of Simulation Tools for analysis of Cooperative Driving Scenarios|
|Summary||Survey over and evaluation of simulation tool(s) suitable for analysis of cooperative driving functions and scenarios, e.g. vehicle platoon merge in highway and city scenarios.|
|References|| The Platooning Extension for Veins (Plexe) >> http://plexe.car2x.org/
PreScan a physics-based simulation platform used in the automotive industry >> https://www.tassinternational.com/prescan"The Platooning Extension for Veins (Plexe) >> http://plexe.car2x.org/ PreScan a physics-based simulation platform used in the automotive industry >> https://www.tassinternational.com/prescan" cannot be used as a page name in this wiki.
|Prerequisites||The student(s) is preferably skilled in C++ and familiar with MATLAB. Interested in using and learning new simulation tools such as PreScan, VEINS, SUMO and OMNeT++.|
|Supervisor||Tony Larsson, Maytheewat Aramrattana|
Description : Connected and automated driving scenarios are happening in near future. Connected and automated functions in vehicles need to be thoroughly test and evaluate. Simulation is one cost-efficient and safe way alternative to perform testing and evaluation. However, only a few tools are available for simulation in this context. This thesis will be aiming at providing a state-of-the-art review in this area, compare performance of existing open-source (Plexe) and commercial (PreScan) simulation tools with respect to testing and evaluation of the connected and automated functions. In particular, platooning applications.