Experimental Analysis on control constraints for connected vehicles using Vissim

Sangung Park, Jooyoung Kim, Seungjae Lee, Kyungsoo Hwang

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Recent advances in CV environment made technologies much higher level. We just thought about that high-level technologies made CV environment better. This paper studies the CV environment considering various traffic congestion level and optimal speed control using the microscopic simulation (Vissim) based on proper parameters and algorithm. To evaluate road condition, we suggest some kinds of MOE e.g. recovery time, average speed, and delay. In conclusion, CV environment can reduce the congestion in proper traffic volume. However, if traffic volume is almost near the capacity, even CV environment can't relieve the road condition. If the number of CV environment vehicle increases, it will reduce the congestion and a road accident much better. This result will be the foundation for the CV environment much better.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)269-280
Number of pages12
JournalTransportation Research Procedia
StatePublished - 2017


  • CV environment
  • Radio communication range
  • Recovery time
  • V2I
  • Variable Speed Control


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