ITS in India : Scope and Proposed Solution


  • Shreyansh G.Bhavsar ME Student, Computer Engineering Department,BVM, V.V.Nagar, Gujarat, India
  • Prashant Swadas Associate Professor Computer Engineering Department, BVM, V.V.Nagar, Gujarat, India
  • Mosin Hasan Assistant Professor Computer Engineering Department, BVM, V.V.Nagar, Gujarat, India


ITS, Multi Agent Systems, Sensing Technology, Artificial Intelligence, Agent , SUMO


Traffic, can be pronounced as “terrific” when concerned as a burning problem across the globe. In
Indian road-traffic, problems like congestion, unpredictable travel-time delays and road-accidents, are taking a
serious shape. This calls for the vital need of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), which make use of various
technologies to alleviate traffic problems. Many such systems exist for developed countries. These countries are using
various technologies like Artificial Intelligence, sensing technology and many more. In developing countries, like
India, traffic is inherently chaotic and noisy. The ultimate goal behind this paper is to maximize the traffic flow for
selected span of Anand city with minimum waiting time. This paper focuses on the use of traffic simulation using
SUMO in helping traffic engineers to reduce congestion problem of traffic on road. The focus of Multi Agent System
is on accurate modelling of individual agents rather than the design of functions.



How to Cite

Shreyansh G.Bhavsar, Prashant Swadas, & Mosin Hasan. (2016). ITS in India : Scope and Proposed Solution. International Journal of Advance Research in Engineering, Science & Technology, 3(13), -. Retrieved from