Vectoraic is a blockchain-based traffic management platform that also leverages the unique V2X technology. Using an automated driving mechanism and an autopilot field, thus project intends to solve the issue of traffic congestion that currently menaces major urban centers across the world.
As noted above, numerous cities around the globe are faced with the challenge of traffic snarl ups, particularly during peak hours. Often, experts blame this situation on the mismatch between the supply and demand. Nonetheless, this notion is flawed, and is thus unsustainable.
In cities, the quantity of vehicles increase rapidly such that the existing infrastructure becomes overwhelmed. As a result, many aspects of the contemporary society are affected, with an increase in greenhouse emissions, traffic accidents, time spent, and so on.
About The Vectoraic Solution
Vectoraic proposes a new approach in solving the issue of traffic jams in modern urban centers. Specifically, the project intends to develop a state-of-the-art management system for ground traffic. Typically, traffic management systems entail a collection of tools that aim to improve the efficiency and safety of transport networks. These systems source data rom several sources, including the identification of potential hazards and provides means of averting such situations.
How Does It Work?
Vectoraic will combine the benefits of distributed ledger technology with unmanned driving mechanism to solve the menace of traffic congestion. Graphene will form the basis of the Vectoraic public chain. Other components of this ecosystem will include the Vectoraic OS, Vectoraic wallet, Vectoraic private chain, user and partner authentication.
All useful data will be collected by the OS using the public chain. Users will load the OS into unmanned vehicles using the Vectoraic Token (VT). To buy unmanned cars with Vectoraic OS, users have to spend VT on the self-driving vehicles trading platform. The private chain is used to encrypt transactions within the Vectoraic ecosystem.
The data collection mechanism will use the phased array technology. As opposed to the common radar system, the phased array does not have several blind spots, which is why it is preferred by militaries across the world. In harsh weather conditions, laser radars often fail to detect surrounding obstacles as well as pedestrians.
Its alternative, the ultrasonic radar, has a dismally performing anti-interference mechanism, which is considerably defective. Due to these challenges, some manufacturers resort to combing these technologies, but this process is significantly costly and impracticable.
Vectoraic will use a unique and advanced minimalistic 360-degree, all-directional phased array automobile radar. The device has a height of 50mm and is substantially smaller in comparison with the Google vehicle radar. Since the gadget is fixed, it does not require rotation during its operation, a factor that makes its usage convenient. Furthermore, the phased array radar reacts swiftly, with a speed 100 times faster than the Goggle radar.
By using unmanned technology, Vectoraic has delved into uncharted waters. Nevertheless, such systems have proved to be invaluable in military combat systems and will certainly improve the efficiency of global transport systems. The only serious challenge is the legality of using such infrastructure.