The TUe 5G-MOBIX Honors Academy project aims to explore the possibilities of enabling safe remote vehicle driving.
The concept of self-driving cars is quickly becoming a reality, however controversy about their safety has tarnished their initial positive impact. The TUe 5G-MOBIX Honors Academy project aims to explore the possibilities of enabling safe remote vehicle driving using the 5G network by designing a remote driving station connected to an autonomous car. You remotely drive the car using traditional controls: steering wheel, accelerator and brake pedals, and three PC screens which provide the ‘driver’ with an almost 360-degree live video transmission of the car’s surroundings.
|Organisation||Eindhoven University of Technology, Honors Academy|
|Project owners||Smart Mobility Track|