5G, love, speed – HWSW

The possibility of using 5G private networks is amazingly broad, another issue is that the mass spread of private networks is not visible despite numerous promising tests. However, Poén mostly likes projects such as the recently presented 5G remote-controlled racing car.

The mass use of 5G-based communication in the automotive industry has been considered a promise on the same shelf as the hydrogen drive for years, engineers, and in this case engineering students, regardless, have a great time in “movements” such as Formula Student East (FSE), one of the goals of which was to create a race car remotely controlled via 5G.

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The unmanned racing car of the students of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) was also tested at the Hungaroring on September 17th, although in the announcement about it, the race performance itself (top speed? lap time? sector times?) was mentioned the least – specifically zero -.

By the way, the project was initiated by Vodafone, which once even put Viktor Orbán himself behind the wheel of a car remotely controlled via a mobile network, traveling at a speed that is far from any race pace, at Zalazone.

In this case, there is hardly any need to fear that the Verstappen and Lecler of the future will drive the F1 cars from the pits, the demonstration was in any case good for strengthening the cross-talk between the 5G private networks and the automotive industry, and for Vodafone to once again emphasize its commitment towards the use of technological innovations.

In the meantime, the competitive situation is apparently also getting stronger among the service providers, as Magyar Telekom and its partners are holding a presentation with a similar theme on September 23, at the Hungaroring.

Source: HWSW Informatikai Hírmagazin by www.hwsw.hu.

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