Anritsu, dSPACE, and Apposite Technologies collaborate to realize an AVP test environment for autonomous driving use cases
Anritsu Corporation has developed a test and simulation environment for Automated Valet Parking (AVP) in collaboration with dSPACE GmbH (dSPACE) and Apposite Technologies LLC. A demonstration exhibition was held as part of the 5GAA Member Symposium event in Malaga, Spain on October 20th.
Valet parking is a service in which a professional parking attendant parks drivers’ cars at large-scale parking facilities and commercial facilities, mainly in Europe and the United States. AVP enables this parking to be done automatically, without any driver in the vehicle. AVP Technical Report Version 1.0 was released by 5GAA in June 2022, and a wireless communication (Type-2) operation scheme linked with parking garage infrastructure and users’ smartphones was proposed.
AVP is being developed as an autonomous driving use case which can be deployed in the short term. AVP Type-1 autonomous driving vehicles require expensive high-performance computing and sensing, while AVP Type-2 communication-cooperative vehicles do not require such installations, reducing vehicle costs and making implementation easier.
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