GATEway Project driverless bus Low-poly 3D model
GATEway (Greenwich Automated Transport Environment) is an ?8m research project, led by TRL, to understand and overcome the technical, legal and societal challenges of implementing automated vehicles in an urban environment. gateway-project.org.uk
Taking place in TRL’s UK Smart Mobility Lab in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, the project will trial and validate a series of different use cases for automated vehicles, including driverless shuttles and automated urban deliveries.
The cars are based on the Ultra Pods that have been ferrying passengers around Heathrow since 2011, but do away with the tracks. Instead, the vehicles will first be manually driven around their intended route and then, once said route is mapped out, they will be able to navigate autonomously around the environment using lasers, sensors, cameras and software.
This model is suitable for using in the 3D renderings of architectural visualizations, traffic simulation, games etc. where it doesn't need to use heavy high-polygonal models.
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