A simplified and customizable user interface environment to create complex, custom multi-body driving scenarios-without writing a line of code.
Included with Simulator Purchase
SimCreator DX is the latest generation of Realtime Technologies’ scenario authoring and development software founded upon SimVista. This new graphical user interface allows researchers to rapidly develop scenarios with pre-defined configurable behaviors called maneuvers.
SimCreator DX provides various user permissions to facilitate both development and experimentation mode. Using SimCreator DX’s scenario control panel, the researcher can select their experiment and run the scenarios.
Easy for beginners, Ready for Power Users
Included Components of SimCreatorDX:
SimVista, a tile-based scene, and scenario authoring system
Maneuver Designer, a tool for researchers to program their own maneuvers in addition to those provided with SimCreator DX.
Available Plug-ins for SimCreator DX:
SimDriver, a transfer-of-vehicle-control solution used for the evaluation of human interaction with automated vehicles in both city and freeway driving environments.
SimObserver, a video capture, and review system to record digital video and real-time data from multiple independent sources.
Benefits of SimCreator DX
SimCreator DX is designed from the ground up, for painless rapid prototyping by non-programmers-without limiting what power users can accomplish. Something that used to take a couple of hours to code now takes seconds with the power of maneuvers.
• Rapid scenario development
• No programming experience needed
• Easy-to-use interface
• Customizable scenario behavior
• Full support for OpenDRIVE
• Multiple experiment capability
Drag and Drop Maneuvers, Real-time Results
In SimCreator DX, you create an experiment, which is a collection of scenarios all related to the same study. Each scenario is populated by maneuvers (situations your participant will need to deal with with-from drunk drivers and traffic congestion to weather conditions.)
• Ambient pedestrians
• Ambient traffic
• Basic traffic lights
• Audio cues
• Real-time weather and time of day
• Bicycle interaction
• Cut-off from the right
• Emergency vehicle interaction
• Oncoming vehicles
• Parked cars
• Run red light
• Traffic jam
• Advanced traffic light behavior
• Clearance hazards
• Construction zone