In its latest bid to attract customers to its new mobile software, Abcya Racing Technologies has unveiled a rally racer based on its Neo-Nazi rally software called Rally AI.
“It is a racing game where you can race cars of all types in different types of locations.
You can race at different points of the tracks,” said Abcyas head of product development Shashi Tharoor.”
And the AI driver will be the one to make sure that it stays on course in the race,” he added.
This rally AI driver, which has been developed with AI experts from Abcyah, is based on the software, which includes an AI engine, an engine optimisation engine, and a computer that has been programmed to optimise its driving performance, according to Abcyae’s marketing materials.
“Rally AI is an AI-based software that allows you to compete in different settings and environments, without having to deal with drivers, traffic, weather, etc.,” the company said.
In its rally software, Rally AI optimises the performance of its driver, by providing him with a set of “game settings”, and “driving modes”, according to the company.
“The AI driver of Rally AI is the best AI driver we have found to date,” said Tharoon.
“He is capable of executing the game settings, and can optimise the performance in the same time,” he said.
The AI driving engine is “unique”, according the company, which is the first to be developed by AI experts.
“In the race, you have to drive at various speeds, and you can also perform tricks, tricks like turning left or right, or accelerating,” the marketing materials said.
“You can even change the angle of the view in the viewfinder, which allows you the chance to see how the driver reacts to different situations,” Tharoo said.
RallyAI is a race game where players can race their cars on a set course.
The software also has a customisation feature that allows the AI to change the vehicle’s performance in a race.
“When you play Rally AI, you will be able to customize the vehicle,” the firm said.
“You can have different colours, different body shapes, different materials, you can even have a customised radio system to communicate with other drivers.”
The AI-driven software is also capable of simulating a variety of different scenarios, including street racing, driving over bridges, and even “stealth” driving, Tharong said.
Ace Racing, the company that developed Rally AI in 2017, said the software has been used by drivers of more than 1,400 cars across the world.
“Ace has tested Rally AI extensively and found it to be extremely stable, reliable and to be capable of running at high speeds,” it said in a statement.
“We are extremely proud of our new Rally AI racing software that is currently being used by professional drivers and their teams to test their racing skills in different conditions,” said Ace Racing chief executive Richard Coughlan.
“Our drivers have used Rally AI to take part in the 2017 IndyCar Championship, in Formula One and the Rally Australia series.
We are pleased to see it being used in this way by our clients,” he continued.
“Rally is a driver’s dream.
Its ability to be competitive and to maintain speed is the real promise of Rally.”
Ace will continue to work with the drivers to make their cars as competitive as possible and will help them develop the best driving software for them,” he concluded.
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