Hailing the 5G CAL pilot as a “pioneering example of the wealth of benefits offered by self-driving tech in logistics”, a recent feature in Robotics & Innovation Magazine explored the future of self-driving transport.
Revisiting the achievements of Sunderland’s 5G CAL pilot and looking forward to the next phase, entitled ‘V-CAL’ (Vehicle-Connected and Autonomous Logistics), the article delved into the scale-up and commercialisation potential of this future technology.
As the use of autonomous driving technology becomes increasingly prevalent in logistics, the potential number of use cases for self-driving transport is huge. And, with research and innovation happening right here in Sunderland, V-CAL is helping to establish the North East as a real centre of excellence for the development of self-driving and remote driving technology.
Sunderland’s leading smart city infrastructure, with reliable and superfast connectivity, remains pivotal to the project’s technology-driven principals.
Discover more about the technology behind the sustainable future of transport in the full feature from Robotics & Innovation magazine, by clicking here.
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The NEAA’s website has further information about both 5G CAL and V-CAL at: https://northeastautomotivealliance.com/neaa-projects/v-cal/ and https://northeastautomotivealliance.com/neaa-projects/projects-archive/#1638971041631-bcf130cf-10e9