Smart Mobility EU

UK University launches ‘Smart City’ Mobility Centre

The University of Warwick is set to host Europe’s first multi-million-pound Smart City Mobility Centre; a new facility for driverless capable vehicles that will plan for “transport systems of the future”.

Huawei identifies key autonomous-driving scenarios in newly released white paper

At the ninth Global Mobile Broadband Forum, Huawei released a white paper titled “Key Scenarios of Autonomous Driving Mobile Network”. This white paper identifies seven key autonomous-driving scenarios and analyzes five key automation capabilities required in mobile networks, inspiring the way to autonomous driving networks.

Sweden powers self-driving trucks with 5G

Einride, Ericsson and Telia are putting 5G into motion at a DB Schenker facility in Jönköping, Sweden. The goal is to power an all-electric, autonomous transport ecosystem that takes fleet management to the next level.

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