A 'spatial-corridor programming' technology has been developed which can be applied to reduce drag for vehicles, trains and aircraft by creating a 'virtual slipstream' ahead of the vehicle.
By reducing air resistance, fuel / energy consumption is reduced.
For surface transportation applications, the system may be 'piggy-backed' onto vehicular 'cruise-control' in order to reduce drag and then decouple in the case of emergency braking, as a safety measure.
Validation has commenced for fixed-route vehicle applications such as High Speed Trains. Following this, it is envisaged that the technology will be prepared for a roll-out into all surface and aero-spatial logistics industry applications.