Connecting operational topics
with scientific research


ITS Edulab is the Dutch traffic and transport laboratory for students. In ITS Edulab students from the Delft University of Technology solve traffic related issues with short term research for Rijkswaterstaat, the Dutch motorway operator. In this way the institute connects real-life, operational topics with scientific research.
 

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Latest developments

Defense Femke van Giessen

On Friday August 27th, 2021, Femke van Giessen defended her MSc thesis on the improvements of vehicle-actuated control for the… Read More

Defense Dennis Begheijn

On May 7th, 2021, Dennis Begheijn defended his thesis, titled Implementing policy strategies to stimulate teleworking. This report deals with… Read More

Start project Femke van Giessen

On February 8th, 2021, Femke van Giessen started her MSc project on the improvement of traffic signal control in the… Read More

Defense Raj Kumar Muniyandi

On December 16th, 2020 Raj Kumar Muniyandi defended his MSc thesis, entitled Energy efficient electric vehicle platooning at signalized intersections,… Read More

Defense William van Lindonk

On Thursday September 10th, 2020, the (virtual) defense of the MSc thesis of William van Linkdonk took place. His thesis… Read More

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Latest Reports

Shortening signal timings of vehicle-actuated controllers by using communicating, automated vehicles, in the transition period from fully human-driven vehicles to fully autonomous vehicles

Intersections are the bottleneck of traffic flow. Vehicle-actuated control improved the delay at an intersection by making the green phase… Read More

Implementing policy strategies to stimulate teleworking

Travel volumes on the Dutch main road network have been steadily increasing since 2013. The increase of traffic volumes resulted… Read More

Energy efficient electric vehicle platooning at signalized intersections

Growth of mobility for people and goods transportation has been increasing steadily over the years. With the perpetual increase in… Read More

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