GERMAN RESEARCHERS DEVELOP GUARANTEED GREEN LIGHT TRAFFIC ADVICE SYSTEM

BY KEITH NUTHALL

SCIENTISTS at the Technical University of Berlin have devised an intelligent transport system prototype so clever, it can tell a motorist how fast to drive in a city to avoid all red lights in a given journey. And it could also advise how to motor at the most constant speed possible, avoiding unnecessary accelerations and braking, saving gallons of fuel and engine wear-and-tear. Their recently released paper declared: "Our vision is to drive through a city in a similar way we drive through the countryside."
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