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Ground Traffic Simulation Resources

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Intro

Recently, there's an increasing interest within the FlightGear community to also start modeling ground traffic more accurately, such as cars [1] [2] [3] [4], trucks [5] [6], trains [7] and even boats and ships [8] [9] (also see FlightGear Newsletter November 2009).

Populating the FlightGear scene with this sort of traffic will not only make flights more interesting but is also likely to help improve the realism of both, VFR and IFR flights where traffic routes may serve as important landmarks.

This page is meant to provide a place to collect resources that may be helpful to improve FlightGear's support for simulating such traffic more properly.

Virtual City Modeling

Road Traffic Simulation

Visualization

Ship Simulation

  • Bridge Command - Open source ship simulator - Bridge Command is a free interactive ship simulator programme. Its aim is to be a training tool for navigation, ship handling, and other seamanship skills. Bridge Command released under the General Public Licence v2, and is available for commercial and non-commercial use.