One computer-controlled train example:
Posted Apr 26, 2006 11:34 UTC (Wed) by eru
In reply to: What about full-size trains controllers as prior art
Parent article: The JMRI Project and software patents
Apologies for following up myself, but I just now remembered
one very well-known (at least in Europe) case: The Docklands Light
Railway in London.
Accoring to the info on this page:
(follow the DOWNLOAD FREE INFORMATION PACK (PDF) link), construction started in 1984 and it was opened
to the public in 1987. It was computer-controlled right from the start.
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