Print Email Facebook Twitter Improving moving jam detection performance with V2I communication Title Improving moving jam detection performance with V2I communication Author Netten, B.D. Hegyi, A. Wang, M. Schakel, W. Yuan, Y. Schreiter, T. van Arem, B. van Leeuwen, C.J. Alkim, T. Publication year 2013 Abstract Dynamax is a road side based system using the SPECIALIST control algorithm and inductive loops. Dynamax field tests showed that moving jams can be effectively resolved by dynamic speed measures [1,5]. This paper focuses on Dynamax In Car, which extends the road side infrastructure with a V2I cooperative approach. V2I cooperation is used to detect an emerging jam earlier and more accurately, so that a smaller speed measure can be set to resolve it and larger moving jams can be resolved within the available road length. The detection performance is analyzed through simulation and found to improve already with a very low penetration rate. An additional road side detection system is also analyzed that is independent of the penetration rate and provides the best detection performance. Subject Physics & ElectronicsII - Intelligent ImagingTS - Technical SciencesSafe and Clean MobilityTrafficMobilityMoving jam detectionSafety and traffic managementSpeed advice To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:35a55670-528f-4b5d-9541-0cd406f9f7f2 TNO identifier 521612 Publisher Intelligent Transportation Society of America, Washington, D.C. Source 20th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, ITS 2013, 14-18 October, Tokyo, Japan Document type conference paper Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.