Integrated unmanned driving software

BaseTracK - technology for controlling mobile objects by pre-created trajectories loaded into the objects memory.
At this stage, the movement is carried out in the yes/no mode - the mobile object moves while the system is functioning properly, but if any malfunctions or suspicions of incorrect operation (for example, due to cyberattacks) occur - the system will ask the driver/operator to take control of. If the control has not been accepted by the driver/operator - the system makes a complete stop of the mobile object before the driver/operator takes action.

Virtual rail

The pre-created trajectory = Virtual rail, which by analogy with the movement of the train will move the mobile object.
The movement is carried out strictly on the virtual rail, without the possibility of independent maneuvering and with the observance of the optimal speed for those conditions (both surrounding and mobile object itself).
BaseTracK technology also integrates into existing solutions. If initially the mobile object is equipped
with systems for autonomous piloting or sensors, this will allow performing complex maneuvers (overflights, overtaking, rebuilding, instant adaptation to the surrounding situation, etc.)

Existing solutions can be based on data from the BTK system. This integration is able to solve some of the main problems of the existing systems of autonomous driving:

Unmanned vehicles will become all-weather

They will know exactly about the possibility of moving along the forthcoming direction.
Information on weather conditions, road works, road conditions and other factors affecting the nature, speed and direction of traffic will be stored on a single BaseTracK server, which will allow it to be transmitted and updated for all traffic participants.
The mobile object in the minimum configuration controlled by the spatial positioning.
Set of equipment
For positioning and control, the movable object is equipped with automation KIT.
KIT - a set of equipment, small in size (box). In the minimum configuration does not have sensors and calculators for AI support.
Principle of operation:

1. Moving object asks the question "Where am I?"

2. Infrastructure or positioning tools respond to it with exact coordinates

3. KIT gives control commands to the vehicle for the given position and conditions

In the KIT's memory block, a "map of tracks" is preloaded - using the BaseTracK server, users load the necessary directions with basetracks ("virtual rails").

The basetracks are laid by creating a geo-information basis on the terrain of interest.

The object should initially be equipped with automated control mechanisms (non-mechanical: steering wheel, pedals, gear shifting), which is typical for airborne objects and is not a problem for most modern vehicles

For special cases, such as automation of complex engineering with mechanical control, it is possible to use separate solutions for automation of control mechanisms.

KIT can be supplemented with sensors for the application of AI - it is enough to supplement the system with long-range radar, so the vehicle stops when obstacles appear along the path of movement.