5G technology has generated a lot of slotxo buzz for its potential to drive self-driving cars using remote operators. But in the past few years That's what happened - the hype. Las Vegas-based startup Halo and telecom giant T-Mobile are teaming up to change this. With 5G-powered self-driving electric vehicles in Las Vegas set to launch later this year
This service will start with five vehicles. It connects users to Halo pilot vehicles through the app after the user has ordered the vehicle. The remote operator will drive to deliver customers who are waiting. when the car is delivered Users can get behind the wheel and control the car as usual throughout the journey. when the trip is complete The remote operator will drive back and drive to the next waiting customer.
Halo has largely resigned from companies like Waymo or Cruise, which are developing fully self-driving technology that aims to completely remove humans from the equation. Either remotely or in-vehicle, the Halo vehicles will be equipped with 9 cameras, radar and ultrasonic instead of backup (no lidar) and will connect to a remote carrier via an Ultra Capacity midband network. T-Mobile's 5G