Toyota tests traffic flow tech in Beijing

Toyota is taking its NETSTREAM traffic-flow simulator to China for verification testing on Beijing’s congested roads. Toyota Central R&D Labs (CRDL) developed the NETwork Simulator for TRaffic Efficiency And Mobility (NETSTREAM) in the 1990s with the aim of predicting the initial effects of intelligent transport systems for reducing traffic congestion It’s time to log in … Continued

Toyota is taking its NETSTREAM traffic-flow simulator to China for verification testing on Beijing’s congested roads. Toyota Central R&D Labs (CRDL) developed the NETwork Simulator for TRaffic Efficiency And Mobility (NETSTREAM) in the 1990s with the aim of predicting the initial effects of intelligent transport systems for reducing traffic congestion

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