This release brings major improvements in pedestrian support including a first version of the recently released JuPedSim model developed by our colleagues at Forschungszentrum Jülich.
This release brings many bug fixes including a critical fix to the HBEFA4 model and refinements to the netedit python-tool features introduced in the previous release.
This release brings a major improvement to those users who prefer to avoid the command line: You can now call netgenerate and a large number of python tools directly from netedit using configuration dialogs.
Eclipse SUMO 1.16.0 includes many new tools and visualization features. To showcase these features, we added exemplary plots to many simulation-output documentation pages (with linked example commands to create them).
This new release features many netedit enhancements for traffic light editing, new options for scenario creation and more features to improve multi-modal simulation.
We are happy to announce the release of Eclipse SUMO 1.14.1. We are releasing 1.14.1 as a hotfix, addressing some Python 2.7 compatibility issues introduced in SUMO 1.14.0.
Dear friends and users,
we are happy to announce the release of SUMO version 1.14.0.
The download links are at https://sumo.dlr.de/docs/Downloads.html
This release brings you many new emission models and options for configuring fuel consumption.
Our python tools provide new features to simplify traffic demand generation.
We also fixed quite a number of bugs some of which were regressions in previous releases.
This release brings you more traffic light enhancements, new parameters for modelling vehicles and many new TraCI functions. It also fixes a large number of bugs some of which were regression 1.12.0
This release brings you exciting changes for the simulation of traffic lights as well as many new features to simulate cruising for parking. It also fixes a regression in intermodal network building and therefore comes a bit ahead of schedule.