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Improving Intersection Efficiency with Connected Vehicle Technology 25.05.2017 Rene Reiter

Traffic control strategies at intersections have evolved through applying advanced control technologies during recent decades, especially for signalized intersections around urban areas. Now, with emerging connected vehicle technology there is a renewed potential to improve the overall efficiency and safety conditions at intersections. A group from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville conducted a study of the relationship between average system delay and average queue length for traffic approaching signalized intersections. The team utilized data from the City of Detroit collected in a field test during the 2014 Intelligent Transportation Systems World Congress. [...]

How-To Video: Creating Cars of Different Colors 06.09.2016 Rene Reiter

Building on AnyLogic’s educational resources, I am happy to share the “Creating Cars of Different Colors” video, just one in a long-line of how-to videos geared toward simplifying AnyLogic’s vast number of features and functions. In this video, you will learn how to create cars of different colors in the road traffic library, using an example model available in your AnyLogic software. [...]

Road Traffic Library Webinar Materials 30.07.2016 Rene Reiter

Thank you for your interest in the Road Traffic Library Webinar on July 27th. We hope the webinar was interesting to you and met your expectations. If you were unable to attend the live webinar, you may access the recorded webinar and accompanying materials on the Educational Videos page of Please let us know how we can enhance your webinar experience by completing this short survey. If you have further questions regarding the webinar material, please contact and we will promptly reply.

AnyLogic 7.3 Beta Released 29.12.2015 Rene Reiter

AnyLogic 7.3 Beta is released and available for beta testing! The main new feature added is the Road Traffic Library. The Road Traffic Library allows you to simulate vehicle traffic on roads. The library supports detailed physical level modeling of vehicle movement. Each vehicle represents an agent that can have its behavioral patterns inside. The library allows the users to simulate: [...]