ADAS Level 3: Successful Test in a Smart-City Environment

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Successful ADAS Level 3 test at Peachtree Corners

 

The Challenge

Where does new technology go to be tested in a real-world environment? This is a major issue, especially when it comes to testing technology on the road, that if it goes wrong could have major repercussions! This is where Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners comes in. This is a living laboratory for technology “graduating” from a closed environment.

The Lab consists of a 5G-enabled 3-mile autonomous vehicle test track and smart city laboratory within an existing 500-acre technology park where thousands of people and vehicles interact with the track and its technology every day.

Curiosity Lab wanted to test ADAS technology and Brodmann17 also needs to ensure its products work on real roads in real cars! The company’s ability to test and develop technologies in a real-world environment is a key factor for the future. As such, Brodmann17 added their patented neural networks to create a Level 3 autonomous test vehicle. Peachtree Corners is owned by a single government entity and is one of the USA’s first smart city environments powered by real-world connected infrastructure. This is why Brodmann17 was humbled to be chosen to test our ADAS products at infrastructure and 5G.

The Process

The company joined the Seattle-based 5GOILab, bringing its technology to corporate partners Accenture, Dell, Intel, Microsoft and T-Mobile. The 5GOILab is an ecosystem designed to make it easier for innovators, global platforms and enterprises to collaborate using open platforms and markets to develop, test and deploy new use cases and innovations for 5G and 5G-enabled technologies.

“Our partnership with the City of Peachtree Corners and our ability to test and develop our technologies in a real-world environment, along with real connected infrastructure and data analysis, has been invaluable. In addition, being part of 5GOIL and Peachtree Corners has helped us forge valuable relationships with partners like T-Mobile that benefit our long-term business objectives. 5G-enabled technologies open the door to a wide variety of new use cases, and we feel strongly that hybrid cloud-edge solutions play a critical role in the future of the automotive industry.” – Brodmann17 Co-Founder and CEO, Adi Pinhas

The Results

After several months of successful tests of its state-of-the-art Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) technology in the city, Peachtree Corners announced Curiosity Lab partner Brodmann17 has joined the 5G Open Innovation Lab (5GOILab).

Success Story: Brodmann17 & PeachTrees

Brodmann17’s success is another example of numerous technology startups that have worked with Peachtree Corners to leverage their differentiated, city-owned smart connected infrastructure and overall technology ecosystem to develop and scale technologies, while creating critical new partnerships and scaling their efforts in the U.S. market.

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