Simulating pedestrians with state of the art models. The Jülich Pedestrian Simulator (JuPedSim) consists of four modules which are loosely coupled and can be used independently at the moment. These are:
JPScore: the core module computing the trajectories. Site of project.
JPSreport: a tool for analyzing the trajectories. Site of project.
JPSvis: a tool for visualizing the input (geometry) and output (trajectories) data (not maintained).
JPSeditor: a tool for creating and editing geometry files.
The code is actively developed in a GitLab repository. Please consider cloning the code there.
In order to communicate with the developers and/or to staye informed about the changes in the code, join our slack team.
To showcase the usage of
JuPedSim we have uploaded videos of simulations on
our YouTube channel.
info at jupedsim.org