To download the open source version, only for personal, non-profit, pure academic research and for educational purposes, please fill in the form below and use your academic email address for the registration. An e-mail will be sent with the download instructions.
Note that this open source version is reserved for academic users only, and has some restrictions and limitations.
- Documentation can be found on the SUMOWiki site
- Introduction slides (hands-on) can be found on this page: slides
- A list of new changes can be found on the Changelog and Whats new pages
- To quickly get up and running refer to the getting started page
We are planning to make significant changes to the SUMO toolbox in the future, including reworking several subsystems of SUMO (e.g., significantly reducing the overhead on model building), remove features that are rarely used, etc.
To that end, can we ask one minute of your time to fill in this small webform. This way we can get a better idea of what kind of features and improvements people are interested in and what features are rarely used. Thanks!