Human Horizons, the Chinese automotive tech firm, has proclaimed to have enabled the world’s first ‘vehicle-road city’ integrated ecosystem with a state-of-the-art 5G autonomous driving traffic management system in Shanghai.
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Indonesian property developer Lippo Karawaci and Japanese conglomerate Softbank have joined forces to develop and deploy smart city technology in Lippo village, near Jakarta.
In New South Wales (NSW), Australia, where it is only legal to use mobile phones hands-free while driving, AI-powered cameras have been installed on the roads to ensure compliance by detecting drivers using a mobile phone behind the wheel.
Huawei launches Singapore’s first 5G-powered Artificial Intelligence (AI) lab equipped with AI, 5G and Cloud technology, at Changi Business Park. The lab boasts facilities that offer extensive 5G support, from Proof of Concepts (POCs) to free trials, with a 5G test-bed and Huawei’s Cloud platform. It also supports AI enablement through offline AI developer kits, as well as Huawei’s ModelArts AI Platform, to support AI R&D efforts.
China has launched a blockchain-based smart cities identification solution, which will assign a unique global ID to smart cities infrastructure. It is expected that the new solution will enable better information sharing and connectivity between smart cities.
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