Panasonic Connect introduces mm-wave wireless sensing technology for autonomous driving communication

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New solutions for energy inefficiency of 5G networks and degraded transmission quality of millimeter-wave wireless LANs in shielded environments

Panasonic Connect and the City of Yokohama has announced their plan to demonstrate beyond 5G technologies for automated driving, developed by Panasonic Connect, with its sensing and wireless-quality-prediction technologies for switching from millimeter-wave wireless LANs (60 GHz) to a 5G network, according to a press release on 16 December 2022. The demonstration will take place in the Rinko Park area of Yokohama, including park pathways and the surrounding area, from 19–23 December.

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