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Cloud computing for agent based urban transportation system

  1. 1. Cloud Computing for agentbased Urban transportation system  Sujeet Poojari.
  2. 2. Index:       Introduction Modules UML Diagrams Implementation Future Scope Conclusion
  3. 3. Introduction Analysis 1 1960: •Time of MainFrames. •Traffic management shared the resource of one computer in a centralised model.
  4. 4. Analysis 1 • Later,the size minituarised and TRANSYT model came. • An example:”SCOOT”
  5. 5. Analysis 1 • • • • • SCOOT consisted of numerous single control points. Disadvantage: Time Consuming Expensive ,so was Mainframe. Less Efficient.
  6. 6. Analysis 2 • LAN (Ethernet) introduced. • Hierachical model. 1973:
  7. 7. Analysis 2 Internet Era(2000s)+LAN: Disavantage: •Internet era caused lot of bandwidth wastage. •Data space also was wasted as each device had its independent data stored.
  8. 8. Analysis 3 • Agents: • Agents were introduced. • Direct communication to Web Server. • So Communication costs and time reduced.
  9. 9. Analysis 4 • Cloud Computing(2010): • Is a technique where the cloud(web server) stores all the necessary data and softwares. • The front-ends are given a virtual interface of communicating with the data without themselves containing the data. • the details of the infrastructure in the “clouds” are hidden. • Eg:DropBox,Google Docs in Gmail etc.
  10. 10. Cloud Computing for Traffic management • Location-based Agents. • PtMS(Parallel transportation Management System). • Agents donot have to carry data storage. • Cloud will contain all the traffic based data and strategies in its databases.
  11. 11. Cloud Computing for Traffic management • The commuters (travellers) will be updated with traffic route choices and Strategies. • The commuters will also be informed about temperature. • Infact , commuters can upload the cloud with occurences (accidents) and neccessary actions can be taken.
  12. 12. Different modules 1.Agents: •autonomous, mobile, and adaptive • Authorized middleware applications. •Location-based. 2.Commuters: •Other front-end application. •Travellers who are mobile.
  13. 13. Different modules 3. Strategic Manager: •Remote based Application at the cloud. • Handles the agents , adds and deletes agents. •Checks authenticity of agents. •Maintains multiple kinds of database for storing various traffic strategies.
  14. 14. Flow Diagrams: •Activity Diagram •Sequence Diagram
  15. 15. Activity Diagram C itizen Subscri be to traffi c alerts Agen t System login select locati on update traffic in formation Traffic Strategy Man ager analy se traffi c data alert th e su bscribers create new traffi c rou te update th e subscriber
  16. 16. Sequence Diagram: Citizen Traffic Strategy Manager Agent System 1: subscribe to traffic alerts 2: check user validity 3: subscription successful 4: login 5: check agent validity 6: login successful 7: update traffic information 8: store the information in db 9: analyse data according to location 10: alert the subscriber 11: create new traffic route 12: update the subscriber
  17. 17. Software requirements: 1. Back –end: Strategic manager :SQL Server with a PHP browser interface. Java Database Connectivity(Jdbc driver). 2. Front-end: • Front-end commuters : Android application designed by using Eclipse IDE on windows. • • The Agent application will be Android application
  18. 18. Applications • Ambulance • Hospitals
  19. 19. Future Scope • Smart phones are owned by everyone today. • Access have become speedy. • Android is the new popular OS ,and will exist for years to come. • A software-controlled traffic management and Mobile-user friendly application.
  20. 20. Conclusion

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