Stereogram Based Mobility
Connectivity analysis of Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
(VANETs) involves the study of static and dynamic characteristics
of the network. Realistic mobility models are essential for both
aspects, in order to produce valid configurations of the position
of vehicles in one static instant, and to dynamically move such
vehicles in an interval of time. To increase the realism of large-scale mobility in urban environments, we proposed and implemented the derivation of a data set through a stereoscopic aerial survey over the city of Porto.
We freely provide shapefiles with the geographic positioning of the vehicles, divided in truck and normal cars, and the geographic representation of buildings in the city, that are fundamental to model the wireless channel. If you are interested in this data, please send us a request
- Positions of the 10,566 vehicles in the city of Porto
- Buildings layer of the city of Porto.
A zoom-able web map is available at here