Connected autonomous vehicle software company Cohda Wireless says it has demonstrated how the use of its technology can prevent accidents on city streets where the presence of tall buildings on either side make them into so-called "urban canyons".
Australian connected autonomous vehicle technology company Cohda Wireless has released a claimed world-first vehicle positioning system that it says eliminates GPS blackspots that exist in so-called “urban canyons” between high-rise buildings.
Adelaide-based connected autonomous vehicle technology company Cohda Wireless has opened an office in Shanghai aimed at supplying China’s rapidly developing markets for Smart Cities and autonomous cars.
And this IS the country where all our Telsta switching is?????
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Would be better with lights ;)
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And prevents "Netflix" or "gamers" from killing the network for their neighbours