Real-time traffic data collection and dissemination from an android smartphone using proportional computation and freeSim as a practical transportation system in Metro Manila
Date of Publication
Master of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering
Gokongwei College of Engineering
Electronics And Communications Engg
In this research, we present and study a practical Transportation System solution to the congestion concerns in Metro Manila. A Popular Mid-range Android Smartphone served as GPS sensor in a vehicle as traffic probe. Client application software was designed to generate GPS location updates with timestamps every second once it approached a designated roadway only. No additional client hardware and wireless infrastructure is needed since the system utilized the cellular system. FreeSim, a macroscopic/microscopic simulator, was used to automatically reflect traffic estimates through a browser for dissemination. Proportional computation was integrated into FreeSim which reflected traffic status in real time. The tests had an average error percentage of 2.08% and should open related researches for a true and practical intelligent transportation system in Metro Manila. Keywords: Intelligent Transportation System, GPS, Traffic Probes, Android Smartphones.
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Magtoto, J. (2012). Real-time traffic data collection and dissemination from an android smartphone using proportional computation and freeSim as a practical transportation system in Metro Manila. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/etd_masteral/4293