Jaguar-Land Rover has assembled an interdisciplinary group of software, telecommunications and telecommunications companies with the aim of creating an intelligent urban space for testing cars with autonomous driving, coexisting with pedestrians, cyclists and normal vehicles.
The so-called Future Mobility Campus Ireland (FMCI), will be a test area of approximately 12 kilometers of public roads in Ireland, which will allow to collect data from sensors, design specific heavy traffic situations and of course; test new technologies.
For it; The brand has arranged for the electric Jaguar I-Pace to lead these tests, supporting the engineers in this new phase of development in the field of automated driving.
This new ecosystem will be equipped with smart crossings, spaces that will allow autonomous parking tests, a series of recharging points and various exits to roads.
Project managers highlighted the importance of its execution and above all; “It is a great opportunity for international companies to work together and develop cutting-edge technologies.”
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