OpenTrafficSim Technical Manual
What is OpenTrafficSim?
OpenTrafficSim aims to bring traffic simulation to a new level by
- Combining micro-simulation, macro-simulation and meta-simulation in a single environment
- Combining all traffic modes (private car, buses, trains, bicycles, pedestrians, airlines, etc.) in a single simulator
- Providing options to link to external code, driving simulators, and data sources
We bring together state of the art simulation techniques, software development techniques and the best people in the traffic, simulation and software fields.
Everything in OpenTrafficSim shall have a BSD, Apache, MIT, or similar open source license ensuring that
- OpenTrafficSim can be incorporated in part or in full in other products for any use (educational, commercial, whatever)
- OpenTrafficSim may be extended, evolved into anything else for any purpose
The source code for OTS Version 1 is stored in SVN OTS.
The source code for OTS Version 2 is stored in SVN OTS2.
The project inforrmation and API for all modules of OTS Version 1 is stored in OTS1 modules.
The project inforrmation and API for all modules of OTS Version 2 is stored in OTS2 modules.
Who are we?
All current contributors work at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. We are not picky; if you believe you can contribute to this ambitious project, please contact us. The current group of contributors is:
- Hans van Lint, TU Delft, faculty CEG
- Alexander Verbraeck, TU Delft, faculty TBM
- Peter Knoppers, TU Delft, faculty CEG
- Wouter Schakel, TU Delft, faculty CEG
Early contributors to the project were:
- Guus Tamminga, TU Delft, faculty CEG
- Yufei Yuan, TU Delft, faculty CEG
What is this manual?
This is the technical manual for OTS. There are also more user-oriented manuals and demo models.