페이지 정보작성자 최고관리자 댓글 0건 조회 642회 작성일21-12-06 14:44
In urban cities, with increasing acceptability of shared spaces used by pedestrians and personal mobility devices (PMDs), there is need for pragmatic socially acceptable path planning and navigation management policies. Hence, we propose a socially acceptable global route planner and assess the legibility of the resulting global route. Our approach proposed for choosing global route avoids streets penetrating shared spaces and main routes with high probability of dense usage. The experimental study shows that socially acceptable routes can be effectively found with an average of 10 % increment of route length with optimal hyperparameters. This helps PMDs to reach the goal while taking a so-cially acceptable and safe route with minimal interaction of different PMDs and pedestrians. When PMDs interact with pedestrians and other types of PMDs in shared spaces, micro-mobility simulations are of prime usage for acceptable and safe navigation policy. Social force models being state of the art for pedestrian simulation are calibrated for capturing random movements of pedestrian behav-ior. Social force model with calibration can imitate the required behavior of PMDs in a pedestrian mix navigation scheme. Based on calibrated models, sim-ulations on shared space links and gate structures are performed to assist poli-cies related to deciding waiting and stopping time. Also, based on simulated PMDs interaction with pedestrians, location data with finer resolution can be obtained if the resolution of GPS sensor is 0.2 m or less. This will help in for-malizing better modelling and hence better micro-mobility policies.