Многоагентная система управления наземными беспилотными транспортными средствами
This article presents a ground-based unmanned vehicles (UV) control system developed using agent-based simulation methods (supported by AnyLogic). An important feature of such a system is the ability to assess the influence of various parameters (such as average initial speeds, input stream intensities, frequency of data exchange between BTS agents, etc.) on the behavior and condition of unmanned and conventional vehicles in a dense stream. The effects of “turbulence” and “traffic congestion”, caused usually by a high density of vehicles and the occurrence of road traffic accidents, are investigated.
The software implementation of the developed simulation model in the AnyLogic IDE was performed and numerical experiments were carried out. The modes are found that ensure safe and high-speed movement of vehicles in a dense stream.