South Korean-made L4 self-driving cars start trial operation next week at 25 kilometers per hour

South Korea’s self-driving car will start its first trial operation next week, the Korea Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute said on Wednesday.

AutoVe is a Level 4 self-driving car. Without human assistance, the six-seater vehicle is completely powered by the institute’s artificial intelligence system, plus a self-developed voice recognition system.

South Korean-made L4 self-driving cars start trial operation next week at 25 kilometers per hour

It is reported that passengers can determine the destination by talking to the car. AutoVe plans to drive 10 laps a day in the park at speeds of under 25 kilometers per hour from next week, and strictly adhere to safety regulations, the institute said. The institute has established a data system that can collect traffic environment data through multiple sensors installed throughout the campus. In the upcoming test, the institute must build a 200TB database to train the AI ​​system.

The institute plans to expand the scope of the trial operation in the future, with the goal of commercialization in 2027.

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