April, 27th 2012, Fraunhofer Forum, Berlin.
Smart Mobility applications run on numerous platforms ranging from in-vehicle systems to smart phones. They aspire to increase driving comfort, time and traffic efficiency and safety through cooperation between drivers and travelers. Assessing the expected impacts is crucial to detect the technical and economic challenges for operating such applications at large scales.
Simulation environments such as VSimRTI are proved as a proper tool to study the interdependencies of application, traffic situation, and communication via 3G or ad-hoc networks such as 802.11p and for the validation of cooperative ITS.
The VSimRTI workshop provides an insight of how to setup and run simulations as well as discussions of state of the art methods and tools for assessment of Smart Mobility applications.
The program features industry and research experts presenting their success stories and newest research results and an introduction to the latest features of our VSimRTI simulation environment.
Anna-Louisa-Karsch-Straße 2, 10178 Berlin, Germany
Schlossplatz 5, 10178 Berlin, Germany
The welcome event will take place on the eve of the workshop, 26 April 2012, at 18:00. Meeting point is the ticket shop of the HUMBOLDT-BOX.
Dr. Ilja Radusch (Fraunhofer FOKUS)
Smart City Berlin - Some Aspects of the Future of Transport in Berlin
Hermann Blümel (Berlin Senate Department for Urban Development and Environmental Protection)
Smart Mobility - Next Generation Navigation Products
Thomas Kroeber (NOKIA)
Smart Applications Assessment with Realistic Traffic Data
Konstantinos Katsaros (University of Surrey)
Coupling of an Empirical Radio Channel Model
Kim Mahler (Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute)
Pre-Assessment for Field Operational Tests with VSimRTI
Oliver Sawade / Alexander Scheck (Fraunhofer FOKUS)
Andreas Köpsel (EICT GmbH)
Assessment of Cooperative ITS Solutions
Björn Schünemann (Fraunhofer FOKUS)
Integration of Cellular Networks
Robert Protzmann (Fraunhofer FOKUS)
How to Create Realistic Simulation Scenarios?
David Rieck (Fraunhofer FOKUS)
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