In the future, new technologies will be important catalysts in making uncertain traffic conditions safer. HERE Technologies, Vodafone and Porsche are working together to achieve this goal as part of a feasibility study.
The aim of this study is to improve road safety using 5G technology and precise, real-time identification and localization of dangerous traffic conditions.
HERE Technologies, Porsche and Vodafone are experimenting with ways to improve future road safety and reduce the number of road accidents using 5G technology and precision positioning. The three companies are working together to develop a real-time warning system to enable vehicles and their drivers to receive direct warnings of danger without delay and to react quickly. At the Vodafone 5G Mobility Lab in Aldenhoven, the partners are testing real-time alert systems for the first time under conditions similar to everyday situations.
Best of all, it focuses on dangerous situations that are invisible or difficult for the driver of the vehicle to see, such as when traffic ahead obstructs the view. Data captured by camera and sensor systems using artificial intelligence and accurately located using a high-resolution map and positioning technology is processed directly at the roadside and at the edge of the network via multi-access on-board computing (MEC). And will be evaluated. .. Provide data to endangered road users without delay in the form of dedicated alerts using 5G mobile network technology and MQTT intelligent message brokers.
The HERE Technologies LiveSense SDK is used with HD mapping and positioning technology to detect future hazards. The system is integrated into consumer devices with front cameras and uses computer vision and artificial intelligence to monitor objects and the behavior of other road users and road conditions that could lead to dangerous situations. Identify the changes. Based on this information, the Live Sense SDK generates a real-time danger alert for the driver. âImproving road safety is an important goal for us. The combination of location technology with 5G and multi-access edge computing enables powerful solutions that make roads safer and a better mobility experience for road users. âWe deliver,â said Antina Lee, Product Innovation Team at HERE Technologies.
Data processing is often carried out in a centralized cloud computing center. With multi-access edge computing (MEC), your computing power is even closer to your customers. In this case, approach the vehicle. This saves you time and allows you to exchange data in real time. The journey to reach the recipient of the data is considerably shortened. Thanks to 5G mobile network technology, there is no delay in actual data transmission. This means that danger alerts are delivered in real time to road users with a delay of less than 10 milliseconds. In addition, data previously processed inside the vehicle will in future be processed outside the vehicle.
âIf cars warn each other of danger in real time, they can save lives,â said Michael Reinartz, innovation director at Vodafone Germany. âRoadside 5G and data processing help send danger alerts without delay and make road traffic even safer. We are currently experiencing this under daily conditions.
Feasibility studies, also known as proof of concept (PoC), are an important project management process that allows you to validate application requirements and work with partners to perform acceptance testing. . In the context of new technologies, feasibility studies are essential upstream of the project to test the functionality of the entire project. âThis PoC gives us the opportunity to research 5G and test the latest location-based technologies and services for potential product development in the future,â said Connectivity Management and of the Porsche AG SIM card. AndrÃ© Schlufter, who takes care of it, explains.
After the first tests in Aldenhoven, HERE Technologies, Porsche and Vodafone plan to further optimize the real-time alert system and assess its potential in daily use. Additional tests are carried out in different places under different conditions.
Here, Vodafone and Porsche team up on a real-time alert system