Home > Uncategorized > Toyota Intelligent Transport System Toyota Intelligent Transport System newsthree October 13, 2017 Uncategorized 8 Comments Toyota has opened a new proving ground to test and evaluate its Intelligent Transport System technology. The site extends over 3.5 hectares at the Higashi-Fuji … source Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Tweet Pin It Related Posts Greg Abbott: New Texas insurance law will not complicate claims from Harvey Laura Washington: Chicago pediatrician sees the ravages of sugar daily How to boost the U.S. economy: Delay school start times About The Author newsthree 8 Comments Henry Nguyen October 13, 2017 Excited to see this technology continue to develop and implemented one day! Jake Voorhees October 13, 2017 Great informative video. ITS is exactly when I got into engineering! Love this, cheers!!! Dwiki Pakolon October 13, 2017 i want to ask. that signal just warn the driver.. what happen if the driver ignore that warning? is that car automatically stop? because everyone has their decision to pass the red light or stop.. sondos dahbour October 13, 2017 can I ask about how did you build or create this video Scenario ?did you use a Video maker tool or a simulation tool (Did you write a code) and if yes what is the name of this simulation tool ?I am working on a project similar to this Idea and it might be great help if I get an answer from you thank you Toyota UK October 13, 2017 Hi Ahmad. This video is for illustrative purposes only. The Toyota ITS proving ground is there to help achieve our goals of reducing collisions. You can see that cars have stopped in the middle of the intersection to allow oncoming cars to pass safely. Thanks. Ahmad Shumayal October 13, 2017 Why do you have vehicles stopped at the centre? I am new to seeing this rhobmus at the centre of the intersection and car stopped at the centre? This can't work with lots of traffic…I guess. MrPeerum October 13, 2017 drive on the richt site is good,not left,thats for idiots. roidroid October 13, 2017 5:06 the right-of-way car could also tell the approaching car when it IS safe to turn, by relaying it's own sensor data about cars behind it in various lanes. It can be the eyes that the other car lacks. Thus protecting the other car from not only a collision with itself – but also from a collision with other cars too.