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.