Vehicular Mobility Trace at Seoul, South Korea

Citation Author(s):
Farooque Hassan
Kumbhar
Kumoh National Institute of Technology, South Korea
Submitted by:
Dr. Farooque Kumbhar
Last updated:
Tue, 05/17/2022 - 22:21
DOI:
10.21227/kjzd-rk05
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Abstract 

The trace location in Seoul, South Korea has an area spanning over 2.5 × 1.5 km where there are are more than 30 intersections. A number of simulated vehicles are moving in the road topology. Each vehicle shows following properties for every second: 

timestep(simulation) secondsThe time step described by the values within this timestep-element

ididThe id of the vehicle

typeidThe name of the vehicle type

speedm/sThe speed of the vehicle

angledegreeThe angle of the vehicle in navigational standard (0-360 degrees, going clockwise with 0 at the 12'o clock position)

xm or longitudeThe absolute X coordinate of the vehicle (center of front bumper). The value depends on the given geographic projection

ym or latitudeThe absolute Y coordinate of the vehicle (center of front bumper). The value depends on the given geographic projection

zmThe z value of the vehicle (center of front bumper).

Note: This value is only present if the network contains elevation data

posm.The running position of the vehicle measured from the start of the current lane.

laneidThe id of the current lane.

slopedegreeThe slope of the vehicle in degrees (equals the slope of the road at the current position)

signalsbitsetThe signal state information (blinkers, etc). Only present when option --fcd-output.signals is set.

Instructions: 

XML Format is: 

 

 

 

<fcd-export>

 

  <timestep time="<TIME_STEP>">

      <vehicle id="<VEHICLE_ID>" x="<VEHICLE_POS_X>" y="<VEHICLE_POS_Y>" angle="<VEHICLE_ANGLE>" type="<VEHICLE_TYPE>"

      speed="<VEHICLE_SPEED>"/>

 

      ... more vehicles ...

 

  </timestep>

 

  ... next timestep ...

 

</fcd-export>

 

 

The trace location in Seoul, South Korea has an area spanning over 2.5 × 1.5 km where there are are more than 30 intersections. A number of simulated vehicles are moving in the road topology. Each vehicle shows following properties for every second: 

 

timestep(simulation) secondsThe time step described by the values within this timestep-element

 

ididThe id of the vehicle

 

typeidThe name of the vehicle type

 

speedm/sThe speed of the vehicle

 

angledegreeThe angle of the vehicle in navigational standard (0-360 degrees, going clockwise with 0 at the 12'o clock position)

 

xm or longitudeThe absolute X coordinate of the vehicle (center of front bumper). The value depends on the given geographic projection

 

ym or latitudeThe absolute Y coordinate of the vehicle (center of front bumper). The value depends on the given geographic projection

 

zmThe z value of the vehicle (center of front bumper).

 

 

 

Note: This value is only present if the network contains elevation data

 

posmThe running position of the vehicle measured from the start of the current lane.

 

laneidThe id of the current lane.

 

slopedegreeThe slope of the vehicle in degrees (equals the slope of the road at the current position)

 

signalsbitsetThe signal state information (blinkers, etc). Only present when option --fcd-output.signals is set.

 

 

https://sumo.dlr.de/docs/Simulation/Output/FCDOutput.html

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