Gulliver: a test-bed
for developing, demonstrating and
prototyping vehicular systems

Advancements within the study of vehicular systems are critical to, among other things, the progress toward driverless navigating capabilities, improved safety, reduction of energy consumption, and minimization of CO2 omission.

Current limitations facing vehicular systems do not allow operation on public roads, as the risk of causing severe damage cannot be excluded with sufficient certainty. High costs associated with testing of full-scale vehicular systems also keep a broad range of universities, public research and engineering institutes out of the development and prototyping.

The Gulliver project studies vehicular systems of low cost miniature vehicles that use wireless communication on a larger scale open source test-bed.