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04 09 2018 01

As part of the wider Finland-based 5G-Safe project, the VTT Technical Research Center and telecommunications company Nokia have joined forces to connect VTT’s autonomous test vehicle, ‘Martti’, to a 5G cellular network.

The technology enables Martti to detect objects with improved range and share its observations with other vehicles by transmitting data on the 12.5Hz frequency to the MEC (Mobile Edge Computing) server of VTT’s 5G test network. The vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications technology is expected to take Martti a step closer to highly/fully automated driving.

As new solutions and services based on 5G technology become more widely available, the project team is expecting an improvement in safety systems for all road users. The new 5G services developed in the project relate to road weather information services, road maintenance data, automated driving support systems, and fast inter-vehicle transmission of 3D views, maps and real-time warnings.

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