DOI: https://doi.org/10.9744/ced.2.1.pp.%2043-48

DATA COLLECTION METHOD FOR PEDESTRIAN MOVEMENT VARIABLES

Kardi Teknomo, Yasushi Takeyama, Hajime Inamura

Abstract


The need of tools for design and evaluation of pedestrian areas, subways stations, entrance hall, shopping mall, escape routes, stadium etc lead to the necessity of a pedestrian model. One approach pedestrian model is Microscopic Pedestrian Simulation Model. To be able to develop and calibrate a microscopic pedestrian simulation model, a number of variables need to be considered. As the first step of model development, some data was collected using video and the coordinate of the head path through image processing were also taken. Several numbers of variables can be gathered to describe the behavior of pedestrian from a different point of view.

This paper describes how to obtain variables from video taking and simple image processing that can represent the movement of pedestrians and its variables

Keywords


Microscopic pedestrian model, image processing.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.9744/ced.2.1.pp.%2043-48



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