autonomous driving

Connected and autonomous driving uses wireless communication to enable new use cases such as:
– Vehicle platooning: These are dynamically formed vehicle platoons in which a leading vehicle transmits information to the vehicles that are part of the platoon.
– Advanced Driving: Both vehicles and Roadside Units (RSUs) can share data collected by sensors with vehicles in their vicinity. This allows the vehicles to dynamically coordinate their trajectories.
– Advanced sensors: Exchange of sensor data or video information between vehicles, pedestrians, infrastructure, etc.
– Remote Control: Remote control of a vehicle either by a human operator or a V2X server.

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