Emergency Vehicle Trip Analysis using GPS AVL Data : A Dynamic Program for Map Matching

@inproceedings{Mason2005EmergencyVT,
  title={Emergency Vehicle Trip Analysis using GPS AVL Data : A Dynamic Program for Map Matching},
  author={Andrew J Mason},
  year={2005}
}
We outline a new dynamic programming approach for determining the most likely route taken by a vehicle given a set of GPS locations and times recorded by an AVL (automatic vehicle location) system. By using optimisation approaches, this map matching algorithm can solve a complex maximum likelihood problem that takes into account data such as the vehicle’s location, heading, and speed. The optimisation approach allows routes to be determined even when the GPS data points are widely spaced in… CONTINUE READING

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