South Korea created an entire city for 5G autonomous vehicles
South Korea has completed work on a “K-City,” an unpopulated city for autonomous vehicle testing based on next-generation 5G mobile networks, the transport ministry said Monday.
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport has invested 12.5 billion won (US$11 million) to build the 320,000-square-meter mock urban area at the Korea Transportation Safety Authority in Hwaseong, southwest of Seoul, the ministry said in a statement.
Below a video giving more details on the project:
Advanced countries such as the United States and Japan already run similar cities for driverless vehicle testing.