Driving environment design tool 2 – DeDT2: enhanced capacity to produce complex and dynamic traffic environments

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Martin Stenmarck
Rickard Leandertz

The DeDT2 project is an extension of the DeDT project. The design tool developed in DeDT had limitations from a use case perspective. Thus, more functionality was desired. DeDT2 addresses these demands and is a more versatile tool for creating the simulated environment. The scope of DeDT2 has been focused on the creation of roads and crossroads, not on the environment outside the road surface. DeDT2 has evolved to a tool which can create ordinary road segments of different characteristics and put them together to drivable entities. Included in the scope is preparing 3D assets, developed during the DeDT project, to be more suitable in simulation environments. The result from DeDT2 is a second step towards designing a tool for the creation of more complete simulated driving environments.

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