So I am beginning to do some testing into automatic signaling/operations in L-Gauge, and wanted to make sure im not re-inventing the wheel.
On youtube; http://www.youtube.com/user/mirekEnd uses Signals, but they appear to be human controlled.
on Eurobricks; http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?s=92814fa42f4e24da7bf09da9af3687f5&showtopic=45358 uses a great system to make operational rail lines, but requires human-controlled locomotives.
I am hoping to develop a way for a working layout to be run autonomously, while still being able to add in human interaction.
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