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eStraM: a dynamical real-time model for strategic eco-Routing and hot-spot identification

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Author: Wilmink, I.R. · Haak, P. van den · Chen, Y. · Mathias, P. · Vreeswijk, J.
Type:article
Date:2012
Publisher: Intelligent Transportation Society of America
Source:19th ITS World Congress Vienna, Austria, 22-26 October 2012, 1-7
Identifier: 489689
Keywords: Traffic · Eco-routing · Dynamic modelling · Eco traffic management · Prediction · OD estimation · Multi-objective opptimisation · Reliable Mobility Systems · Mobility · Organisation · SMb - Smart Mobility · BSS - Behavioural and Societal Sciences

Abstract

This paper presents the eco-Strategic Model (eStraM), one of the core technologies being developed within the eCoMove project (EU 7th Framework). eCoMove aims to tackle the problem of energy efficiency in road transport by applying the latest vehicle-to-infrastructure and vehicle-to-vehicle communication technologies, to create an integrated solution comprising cooperative eco-driving support and eco-traffic management. eStraM, a part of the eCoMove system, is a network model that provides current and predicted information about hotspot events for congestion and CO2 emissions or locations that have a major impact on CO2 emissions. It is a basis for applications such as traffic management and control and it may also be used by in-vehicle and back office applications