Classics car is remotely controlled - Vay CarSharing Hamburg
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Hamburg and the CarSharing service Vay start 2022 a mobility service with electrically powered and completely remotely controlled cars.
The Berlin Tele-Ride Company Vay and the Hanseatic city of Hamburg want to start a fully electric shuttle service from the first quarter of 2022, in which the requested car rolls completely remotely-controlled to the customer. The clamps then behind the steering wheel and controls its destination. At the end of the trip, Vay takes over remote control again.of ghost hand to customer
controlled are the ghost cars of certified Tele drivers. There is no safety driver in the car. For the customer, the vehicle search is eliminated in the surrounding area and all parking operations. The fully electric and highly triggered fleet should reduce traffic. Vay relies on the automotive hardware on KIA e-Niro models.
2021 Lexus LC 500 Convertible puts style at the forefront
The LC 500's good looks make up for this car's few shortcomings.Regardless of body style, the LC is a looker. My tester is covered in a luscious shade of red paint, which is probably the most gorgeous rouge this side of Mazda's Soul Red. Lexus' spindle grille doesn't look bad in this application, and I love how the distinct headlight shape is echoed in the taillights. Front to back, the LC is stunning.
The telefist sits in front of an oversized game console with multiple screens on a real car seat behind a real steering wheel. The camera technology mounted in the car allows the telefist to sit almost in the car. Compared to the sensor technology in full-autonomous vehicles, the camera technology should only cause a fraction of the costs. Vay speaks of a few thousand euros. Remote control should match the highest and latest safety standards of the automotive industry. Since the telephony system is consistently equipped with redundancies, such as the simultaneous use of multiple 4G mobile networks, the security of the service and other road users should be guaranteed at any time. In addition, the vehicles are only solved over routes where there are no mobile logs. Vay has been testing the Telefahr Technology for two years on public roads in Berlin and Hamburg, currently with safety drivers behind the wheel. Together with the city of Hamburg, Vay works to have completed the approval process for a service without driver in the car at the start next year.
Ordered the sharing car as usual via app. Vay promises that customers only have to wait a few minutes on their car. First, Vay will start in the district of Bergedorf. Later, the offer should be extended to the whole city of Hamburg.
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