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SUMO is a microscopic and continuous road traffic simulation software being developed mainly by the German Aerospace Center (DLR).
The purpose of this project is to allow local and remote monitoring and control of vehicle systems from a network device. Vehicle systems may include vehicle control modules, audiovisual systems, and navigational systems. Network devices may include PDAs, notebook computers, and desktop computers. ... [More]
MOD = ``Messenger on-the-drive''. Dr.ta = ``Driving Talking''. The man goal of MOD project is to create a brand new communication in vehicle. Dr.ta is an software implementation of it. Dr.ta is a implementation program, ased on sctp protocol and IHU (I Hear U) project, of ... [More]
This project will attempt to establish a standard platform for hardware and software in constructing an OSVOS Open Source Vehicle Operating System that will be used to free users from constraints of closed, expensive, and proprietary systems used by most vehicle OEMs. This would effectively put and ... [More]
Tracks and Sends Wireless & Mobile hotspots updates (Taxis, trains, buses, tramways) for commuters by latitude, longitude, country, altitude, direction on a live map.
ScanTool For EEE PCThis is a modified version of ScanTool.net OBD-II Software. It is modified so that it would work on the ASUS EEE PC with its native resolution. Some controls are re-scaled to fit the small 7" screen better. Sensor outputs are also enlarged to increase readability inside of ... [More]
Cornell's DARPA Urban Challenge VehicleThis is the repository for Cornell's 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge Vehicle, Skynet. The full source code for all relevant components of the vehicle is available here. The code is written in Visual Studio 2005/2008 with a mixture of C++ and C#. All the ... [More]