will we drive on underground automated highways?

by:Gewinn     2019-09-01
Over the past year, researchers have made new advances in some technologies that will play a huge role in the diversion of underground automatic traffic.
Some of the existing technologies are very promising, suggesting that we may start our first underground road trip sometime in the next century.
Many technologies have been in existence for more than ten years when designing the ground automatic highway system.
In the 1990 s, the United StatesS.
The Ministry of Transport hosts the National Federation of Automated highway systems (NAHSC)
This has led to a very promising demonstration of current technology.
The NAHSC is equipped with a variety of different self-driving systems for 8 cars.
These include radar detection of other vehicles, as well as magnetic and visual sensors traveling along highways marked with buried magnetic sensors and visual markers.
During the demonstration, the vehicles traveled a total of 8,000 miles (
4,000 passengers without accidentsource: Smart].
Realize the dream of self
Driving cars will include the development of improved anti-collision systems (
This version is already on some vehicles in the market)
Artificial intelligence and automation, real-time
Time routing system.
Experts predict that the first example of an automated highway system will appear in the form of a special lane, similar to a high occupancy vehicle (HOV)
Special lanes for automatic commercial truck transportation operations.
Since then, the civilian use of AHS technology will grow steadily as technology becomes more reliable and available.
In terms of zero emissions, some major car companies and private design groups are working to create cleaner and more efficient fuel systems for cars.
Hydrogen from GMpowered Hy-
Connect to Reva G-
Wiz autonomous electric vehicles are now available in India and the UK, and the technology is steadily becoming more practical and efficient.
But what about automated tunnels?
Drilling technology?
While you might think the idea of a giant robotic worm drilling holes on Earth sounds like something from the Morlock era, the technology is not far away.
In the past decade, some countries have continued to implement tunnel engineering and related technologies, thus reducing the cost of tunnel engineering and improving efficiency.
The recent cost of tunnel construction has dropped to $1.
50 per cubic foot, latest tunnel-
The drilling machine can pass through various terrain at a speed of 20 feet (six meters)per hour [source: Smart].
Most researchers agree that improved seismic protection systems must be developed to ensure the safety of UAH travelers.
However, in the past earthquakes, the damage caused by the underground structure moving with the land was relatively small, which encouraged the designers.
In fact, after the earthquake in Japan in 1995, underground works were the least damaged buildings in Kobe.
A huge tunnel project will also produce a lot of soil and rocks that need to be migrated elsewhere.
It would be a challenge to plan where to ship it, but the use of the theoretical AHS on the surface will speed up the process of moving the earth to the last drop point.
To learn more about technologies related to future underground automated highways, visit the link below.
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