Research projects

MARS Urban simulation

The MARS Urban simulation project aims to model and simulate the traffic flow of bigger cities. This is done with an multimodal approach, meaning different types of traffic participants which interact and influence each other. The model strives to demonstrate the large scale capabilities of the MARS framework and relies on Open Data sources like OpenStreetMap. The Project is in an early stage and the first goal is to model the traffic system of Hamburg.

About MARS

The MARS (Multi-Agent Research and Simulation) group is an academical research project at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences in Germany at the Department of Computer Science.

MARS offers:

A distributed simulation platform that is controllable from the web browser and scales to your needs.

Modelling workshops that teach domain experts the basics of Agent-Based modelling.

A technical advanced systems for computer scientists to build upon during their studies.

University
Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
Project partner

Network Partners: 

University of Florida 

Rhodes University

Old Dominion University

Contact person

Prof. Dr. Thomas Clemen
Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
Department of Computer Science
Berliner Tor 7, 20099 Hamburg, Germany
Telephone: +49 40 42875 8411
E-mail: thomas.clemen@haw-hamburg.de 

Further information about the project