Dear all, you are kindly requested to provide your contribution for the latest MATSim report until Friday, July 7th.
We are a research team from Hong Kong who started MATSim project from the winter of last year, the detail is listed in the table below.
Personalised Real-time Air-quality Informatics System for Exposure– Hong Kong (PRAISE- HK)
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Through developing a regional transport model for Hong Kong, the project estimates roadside emissions and evaluates transport policies for emissions reduction.
Coding the regional transport model using MATSim and in the process of calibrating the model using various traffic surveys.
Enoch Lee(email@example.com) and Hong Lo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please kindly notice me for any problem. Thank you.
Thanks a lot for the entry, I just added it to the rerport, it will be online in short.
sorry for being late, we know we are past the deadline for the latest report. We still wanted to give you a head's up on our project which we recently started using MATSim. Maybe, we could be part of the next, upcoming report.
Institutions involved (not final)
Advances in battery and electric propulsion technology now allows for passenger-carrying aerial vehicles, so called Personal Air Vehicles (PAV). By developing an Urban Air Mobility (UAM) plugin for MATSim, the sensitivities of variations in PAV properties and PATS integration approaches are being analysed. The results provide recommendations on future PAV design and the feasibility of various approaches PATS.
All the information is as of 18 Jul 2017 and might change in the near future Thank you very much!
Thank you for letting me know! I could also add it to the current report if you wish. It has been published only one week ago after all, and the next one will be publish only at the beginning of October.
Just let me know what you think.
ps.: May I ask who is working on this from the TU Munich?
That would be great, if you don't mind! We are currently discussing this research topic for a potential PhD thesis with Professors of TU Munich.