Mobile phone network O2 will activate its 5G network in June for the testing of driverless cars in Bedfordshire.
The network has partnered with the Millbrook proving ground, which is a key test track for companies testing autonomous vehicles in the UK.
Businesses testing driverless cars will be able to test O2’s 5G network on the proving ground by using it to send telemetry data and high definition videos taken by the cameras fitted to autonomous cars.
An earlier test carried out at the start of this year saw a McLaren sports car transmit high definition video whilst driving at 160 mph around the test track.
The testing of the 5G network for driverless cars comes ahead of O2’s planned launch of its full 5G network in London, Belfast, Cardiff and Edinburgh later this year.
Brendan O’Reilly, O2’s chief technology officer, said that the launch of 5G will be “a massive step change.”
“5G is not just another G,” he said, “the step from 3G to 4G was an advancement and it was an evolution. 5G can be revolutionary to UK businesses and consumers because the amount of bandwidth that we're talking about means that the era of massive internet of things devices and really great enhanced mobile broadband is on our doorstep.”
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