Your browser does not support JavaScript!

Author: Tronserve admin

Monday 2nd August 2021 11:17 PM

KT To Demonstrate Commercialization Of 5G-Based Autonomous Shuttle


image cap
147 Views

SEOUL -- In partnership with Unmanned Solutions, a Seoul-based self-driving vehicle technology company, South Korea's largest telecom business operator KT will run a 5G-based autonomous shuttle service with no driver seats in a pilot project to demonstrate the commercialization of self-driving buses.

KT forged a partnership with Unmanned Solutions in April this year to develop a 5G-based virtual control tower for autonomous vehicles. KT said on Monday that it would participate in a pilot project to demonstrate autonomous shuttles in the central city of Sejong. KT and Unmanned Solutions will modify a 1.3-kilometer-long street by the end of this year and start testing level 4 self-driving shuttles during the first half of 2020.

"The autonomous shuttle demonstration project in Sejong City will serve as a stepping stone to improve the safety of self-driving cars and repair related systems," KT's Connected Car Biz Center head Choi Kang-rim was quoted as saying. He said KT and its partner will cooperate with local governments to accelerate the commercialization of autonomous systems.

Level 4 autonomous vehicles require no input from drivers if there is no dangerous situation and level 5 vehicles do not require human attention. KT will test a new platform that requires no control tower on a six-seat shuttle bus for the first time in the country.

Instead of connecting to control towers, the autonomous shuttle will navigate based on 5G networks and vehicle-to-everything networks. Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication allows autonomous and connected cars to communicate with on-road facilities such as traffic lights and other connected vehicles. Maps and on-road data will be shared via wireless networks.

Unmanned Solution showcased WITH:US, a driverless all-wheel-drive minivan, at a motor show in Seoul in March. KT said earlier that the company aims to dispatch WITH:US shuttles to controlled environments such as theme parks, hospital complexes and factories to provide mobility services for children, old people and patients.


AJU BUSINESS DAILY



Share this post:


This is the old design: Please remove this section after work on the functionalities for new design

Posted on : Monday 2nd August 2021 11:17 PM

KT To Demonstrate Commercialization Of 5G-Based Autonomous Shuttle


none
Posted by  Tronserve admin
image cap

SEOUL -- In partnership with Unmanned Solutions, a Seoul-based self-driving vehicle technology company, South Korea's largest telecom business operator KT will run a 5G-based autonomous shuttle service with no driver seats in a pilot project to demonstrate the commercialization of self-driving buses.

KT forged a partnership with Unmanned Solutions in April this year to develop a 5G-based virtual control tower for autonomous vehicles. KT said on Monday that it would participate in a pilot project to demonstrate autonomous shuttles in the central city of Sejong. KT and Unmanned Solutions will modify a 1.3-kilometer-long street by the end of this year and start testing level 4 self-driving shuttles during the first half of 2020.

"The autonomous shuttle demonstration project in Sejong City will serve as a stepping stone to improve the safety of self-driving cars and repair related systems," KT's Connected Car Biz Center head Choi Kang-rim was quoted as saying. He said KT and its partner will cooperate with local governments to accelerate the commercialization of autonomous systems.

Level 4 autonomous vehicles require no input from drivers if there is no dangerous situation and level 5 vehicles do not require human attention. KT will test a new platform that requires no control tower on a six-seat shuttle bus for the first time in the country.

Instead of connecting to control towers, the autonomous shuttle will navigate based on 5G networks and vehicle-to-everything networks. Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication allows autonomous and connected cars to communicate with on-road facilities such as traffic lights and other connected vehicles. Maps and on-road data will be shared via wireless networks.

Unmanned Solution showcased WITH:US, a driverless all-wheel-drive minivan, at a motor show in Seoul in March. KT said earlier that the company aims to dispatch WITH:US shuttles to controlled environments such as theme parks, hospital complexes and factories to provide mobility services for children, old people and patients.


AJU BUSINESS DAILY


Tags:
unmanned solutions self driving vehicle technology vehicle to everything networks kt commercialization of 5g