Honda, Verizon explore connected safety technology using 5G, mobile edge computing

Thursday 8 April 2021 | 15:49 CET | News
Honda and Verizon have teamed up to see how new connected safety technology using 5G and mobile edge computing (MEC) could ensure fast, reliable communication for connected and self-driving vehicles. The companies are researching the matter with the University of Michigan's Mcity test bed. The idea is to see how the technologies, married with the cloud, could lower latency and improve communications and connectivity between drivers, other cars, traffic lights, pedestrians and emergency vehicles to improve threat detection and avoid accidents.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Honda / Verizon
Countries: World
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