eWorld is a framework to import mapping data from providers, such as OpenStreetMap.org (OSM), visualize it, edit and enrich it with events or annotational attributes and pass it to traffic simulators, such as SUMO or VanetMobiSim.
eWorld is a project done by students at the Hasso Plattner Institute in Potsdam, Germany.
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media: Poster Berlin Open 2009 (German)
eWorld 1.0.2 released
Today, eWorld 1.0.2 has been released. The focus of this release was to fix a bug in the SUMO route export.
- Import of OSM map data from local files
- Download of OSM map data directly from openstreetmap.org
- Visualization of imported maps, point of interests and traffic lights
- Interactive editing of imported maps:
- street metadata such as names, number of lanes, maximum speed and priority
- add traffic lights and edit their logics
- add or remove point of interests and edit their names
- Maps can be additionally enriched with:
- events such as severe weather condition areas (fog, rain, snow, ice) and construction areas with user configurable area size
- user-defined routes, trips and vehicles (when using SUMO)
- Event start and end time can be freely configured with drag 'n drop interface
- View map statistics
- Minimap that helps orienting in large maps and speeds up general navigation inside the map
- Export as simulation configuration to SUMO traffic simulator
- Live visualization of exported simulations within eWorld while running SUMO as simulator. The simulation can be simply executed or run through in a step-by-step mode.
- Export as simulation configuration to VanetMobiSim traffic simulator
- Persisting user defined traffic simulation scenarios as file or in a PostgreSQL database
- Plugin concept that allows to easily write and deploy new plugins enriching eWorld with additional features
- Simulation Statistics
- Definition of Traffic Scenarios using Start-/Destination Areas
- SUMO Netfile Importer
- Vehicle Editor
- Visualizer Displays Traffic Light Status
- ActivityGen plugin: Allows to enrich a map with human population data, exports this data to a SUMO population file and, thus, random traffic according to this population is generated.