Deliverables

The COLOMBO project delivers publicly available documents that describe the developed solutions.

Deliverable ID Deliverable Document Delivered at Summary
D7.6Project Final Report2016-01-29The concise summary of the whole project, including results and their potential impact.
D5.4 Performance of COLOMBO Solutions2015-11-18The developed traffic management components with emphasize on the TLC algorithm are evaluated on the Monza scenario set. The evaluation procedure defined in D5.3 is applied.
D6.7Periodic report on User Community involvement and Dissemination (M36)2015-11-16The document describes dissemination activities of the year 2015.
D1.3Decentralized Monitoring based on Low Penetration Traffic Information2015-11-16Traffic State Estimation techniques to compensate low V2X penetration rates, an algorithm for driving anomalies detections, and an emission monitoring system are outlined and tested. ""
D4.xGuideline for emission optimised traffic light control2015-11-06This guideline gives the traffic engineer an overview on rules to be followed and on supporting tools available to consider emission effects when developing and implementing TLC algorithms.
D6.3 Exploitation Plan2015-09-23The results considered as exploitable are described, and business cases are investigated.
D3.3Online Adaptation Methods and their Results2015-08-13The adaptive mechanisms of the SWARM algorithm are examined and the potential need for a longer term adaptation of its parameters in dependence of variations of the traffic situation is discussed. In particular, the transfer of configurations to (i) different penetration rates, (ii) different traffic light scenarios, (iii) and different traffic flow densities is investigated.
D2.4Policies for Pedestrians, Bicycles and Public Transport2015-07-15It is described, how the developed TLC algorithm is extended with rules that allow adapting the traffic lightís behaviour to pedestrians and rules for prioritising public transport and emergency vehicles.
D6.6Periodic report on User Community involvement and Dissemination (M26)2014-12-29The document describes dissemination activities of the year 2014.
D3.2Results of the Offline Configuration and Tuning of the Emergent Behavior2014-11-17This deliverable describes in detail the automatic algorithm configuration software, including (i) improvements to the tuning tool kit
D1.1Scenario Specifications and Required Modifications to Simulation Tools2014-11-17This deliverable presents the evaluation methods applied within COLOMBO, including a survey on traffic lights evaluation. The scenarios developed in COLOMBO are presented as well, distinguishing between scenarios that represent real world areas and purely synthetic scenarios.
D4.3Pollutant Emission Models and Optimisation 2014-11-16This deliverable describes the recent steps in modelling pollutant emissions with PHEM. It also discusses how a single driverís speed choice influences the emission of pollutants, including a report on methods to obtain an emission-optimal driver behaviour. The concluding work on designing environmentally friendly traffic light systems will be published in a seperate guideline, too.
Further information can also be found at the page on developed software.
D5.3Traffic Light Algorithm Evaluation System2014-11-10This deliverable outlines the choice of performance indicators and their further transformation within the evaluation process for traffic light algorithms. The description of the general work flow and its specific implementation enables potential users of the software system to apply, configure, and execute the software.
Further information can also be found at the page on developed software.
D2.3Performance of the Traffic Light Control System for different Penetration Rates2014-11-10It is shown how the traffic control system proposed in the previous deliverable D2.2 has been extended and how it reacts without full knowledge of the vehicles approaching the controlled intersection. The scenarios used for testing the implemented extensions and the overall system and obtained results are presented.
D5.2Traffic Simulation Extensions2014-05-07This deliverable presents extensions to SUMO that allow to simulate pedestrians and bicycles, including accordingly needed extensions to SUMO's network formats as well as pedestrian dynamic models that were incorporated.
Further information can also be found at the page on developed software.
D2.2Policy Definition and dynamic Policy Selection Algorithms2014-03-31This deliverable compares the regulations for deploying traffic lights valid in the project's partner countries (Germany, Austria, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Italy). It describes methods and systems for traffic lights controlling and presents the methods developed in COLOMBO.
D1.2Data Collection and Dissemination for Low Penetration Systems2014-03-31The deliverable gives an overview of existing conventional traffic surveillance approaches, and shows four different algorithms developed in COLOMBO in the scope of already existing V2X-based communication.
D4.2Extended Simulation Tool PHEM coupled to SUMO with User Guide2014-02-28This deliverable presents extensions to PHEM as well as the generation of a simplified emission model based on PHEM named PHEMlight that is directly included into SUMO.
Further information can also be found at the page on developed software.
D5.1Prototype of overall System Architecture and Definition of Interfaces2014-02-15This deliverable presents the used simulation software packages - ns-3, PHEM, SUMO, iCS, tuning toolkit - and how they act as components within COLOMBO's overall simulation system.
Further information can also be found at the page on developed software.
D6.5Periodic report on User Community involvement and Dissemination (M14)2013-12-20The document describes dissemination activities of the year 2013.
D6.2Project Fact Sheet2012-11-30A poster-style introduction into the project's topics and structure.
D3.1Prototype of automatic Configuration and Tuning Tool Kit2012-04-30This deliverable describes the developed prototype of an "Automatic Configuration and Tuning Tool Kit" that offers a common interface to established software configuration tuners.
Further information can also be found at the page on developed software.