Driver (Traffic System) – download Unity asset
Driver is a new package which is designed for Open world Games that would give you the ability to work and hand it easily.
Features of this package :
* Cameras are all set fine and The views can be easily changed and shifted
* Vehicles controls are all real that would give you the real sense of
* This package is easily manipulated and edited
* Brake lines and particles are perfectly used in this package
* The vehicles include shifting system
* The asset include mobile control (UI)
* Traffic System with AI Humans
* A lot of models (City, Vehicles,…)
* New animations (Getting on/off from vehicles)
Asset version: 1.1
Now, more than ever, the price of life-saving technology in new cars has never been more affordable… but what do all those acronyms actually mean?
Potentially life-saving active safety features are increasingly becoming standard equipment on even the most affordable cars. Autonomous emergency braking (AEB) is the most significant, but there are a host of other features that combine to create a virtual shield around your car.
Here’s a list of key active safety and driver-assist features currently available in mainstream vehicles that are well worth considering when buying a new car. The list includes their generic names.
Adaptive Cruise Control
Also known as active cruise control, this system uses camera- or radar-based sensors to slow and maintain your vehicle’s speed based on the speed of the vehicle preceding it.
Most systems operate from minimum speeds of about 30km/h, but more advanced systems offer ‘traffic stop & go’ that automatically stops and start your car in traffic-heavy traffic behind the vehicle in front.
Adaptive cruise control systems are usually based on radar or LIDAR (laser-based radar) systems mounted in the grille, though Subaru’s EyeSight system uses a pair of forward-facing stereo cameras in the windscreen. Many adaptive systems don’t work well in heavy rain or fog, as they are unable to ‘see’ the vehicle in front.
More advanced adaptive cruise control systems have a Stop & Go function that works in heavy traffic and brings the vehicle to stop and then moves forward with the vehicle in front. Often called Smart Cruise Control, it helps reduce fatigue and frustration during a traffic jam.
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