Social distance characterization by means of pedestrian simulation

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2022-09-10
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Parisi, Daniel
Patterson, Germán
Pagni, Lucio
Osimani, Lucía
Bacigalupo, Tomás
Godfrid, Juan
Bergagna, Federico M.
Brizi, Manuel Rodríguez
Momesso, Pedro
Gómez, Fermín
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In the present work, we study how the number of simulated clients (occupancy) affects the social distance in an ideal supermarket. For this, we account for realistic typical dimensions and process time (picking products and checkout). From the simulated trajectories, we measure events of social distance less than 2 m and its duration. Between other observables, we define a social distance coefficient that informs how many events (of a given duration) suffer each agent in the system. These kinds of outputs could be useful for building procedures and protocols in the context of a pandemic allowing to keep low health risks while setting a maximum operating capacity.
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