SmartOpenHamburg (SOH) is a microscopic, multi-modal mobility simulation for large-scale scenarios. The model can be used to build digital twins for decisions support systems.
The model implements mobility behaviour utilized by individual agents or by usinng life cycle of citizens. Agents travel to different defined destinations along streets, sidewalks, bicycle paths and ferry connections affecting each other.
The goals of SOH are the conception and realization of a decision support system for large-scale mobility scenarios.
The following video shows an example scenario using
Citizen agents and the daily schedule model for the urban area in Altona Hamburg:
On the way, people can use different modalities to achieve their goals or use publicly available resources. The life cycle of each agent consists of a sequence of consumed services and dayplanning targets given by points of interests (POI) marked in the city.
The figure below shows the synthetic
work target selection based on the provided public land used services.