city bus simulator 2: munich is a bus warning simulator that carries out into the atmosphere of german streets on the expanses of munich city. the game becomes the ideological successor of the first part of the series, developing and improving previous workers of the mechanic and engine.
the basic aim of the game is to drive the buses around the city in order to serve passengers while fulfilling a timetable. the player takes the role of a bus driver and has to work his way through the city, delivering passengers to their destinations. when he finds a passenger waiting at a stop, he has to pick them up and drive them to their destination, collecting and paying the fare. in this way, the bus driver makes money to buy new buses, hire more drivers and improve his service.
the r&s smbv100b gnss simulator offers advanced gnss solutions for duts up to a satellite height of 5500km. the simulator provides up to 20 satellites based on the global galileo, gps, glonass and beidou constellation. the r&s smbv100b simulates the gnss satellites and the underlying gnss infrastructure and also provides 3d positioning for rtk-gps (real time kinematic) based duts and satps (satellite-assisted gps) based duts. the r&s smbv100b is the ideal solution for full-hd and ultra-hd broadcast/archiving applications, testing of future 5g and other gnss-related products, and testing of new gnss satellite constellations. it is also the preferred choice for demanding professional applications such as aerospace, defence, and manufacturing.
the state-of-the-art testing environment, which is certified by the cenelec and tüv rheinland test laboratories, supports up to five test stations for the simultaneous measurement of more than 20 simultaneous gnss receivers. depending on customer needs, test stations can be equipped with up to five receivers. the r&s smbv100b is the optimal gnss simulator for duts with a satellite height of up to 5500 km. it offers four gnss receivers with up to 25 analog inputs and two gpstest receivers. the r&s smbv100b is also ideally suited for gps-based position-based navigation devices and inter-vehicle communication applications, as well as for testing of new gnss satellites.