How to implement the digital transformation of transportation and the coordinated management and control of intelligent vehicles and roads?

Professor Guan Zhichao, an informatization expert from the Ministry of Transport and an industry expert from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, will attend the 2020 Global Internet of Things Technology Innovation Summit in person and deliver a keynote speech on “Transportation Digital Transformation and Intelligent Vehicle-Road Collaborative Control”. This summit will be held on November 4, 2020 at the new Shenzhen International Convention and Exhibition Center and the Munich Electronics South China Exhibition.

Professor Guan has a distinguished background. In addition to the above two experts, he is also an expert in the field of national 863 modern transportation, an expert of the National Major Special Technical Expert Committee, an expert of the National Science and Technology Expert Committee, a director of the China Intelligent Transportation Association, an expert in the field of urban transportation, and an expert in Shenzhen, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Distinguished researcher of the Institute of Technology, industry expert of China Telecom Group.

Professor Guan currently serves as the deputy director of the R&D Center for Intelligent Vehicle-Road Collaboration Key Technology and Equipment Industry of the Ministry of Transport, the director of the Guangdong Provincial Intelligent Vehicle-Road Collaborative Management and Control Engineering Technology Research Center, the director of the Shenzhen Traffic Control and Simulation Engineering Center, and the Shenzhen Comprehensive Transportation Operation. Command Center Chief Engineer.

In the development process of China’s current ICV infrastructure, there is still the issue of how to coordinate the development of ICV standards and the corresponding ICV infrastructure. Professor Guan pointed out: “This is an urgent problem that needs to be solved in front of us. The problem”.

Professor Guan believes that in the vehicle standard classification system of intelligent networked vehicles, the industry has proposed intelligent driving modes from L0 to L5 levels. In the corresponding intelligent networked infrastructure, corresponding I0-I5 should also be proposed. level of intelligent networked infrastructure system.

The current global development model of intelligent networked vehicles, represented by Google and Tesla in foreign countries, is the development model of bicycle network connection and bicycle perception, while in China, it chooses “smart cars + smart roads + powerful network” The three-dimensional integrated development model promotes the development of the intelligent networked vehicle market.

Professor Guan said that since June 2018, the Ministry of Communications, the Ministry of Public Security, and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology have jointly issued several national standards on the Internet of Vehicles. Recently, the Ministry of Communications is also promoting standards for service infrastructure. However, new questions have also begun to emerge: How can the standardization of intelligent networked facilities be promoted as a whole on the road of coordinated development of vehicles and roads?

“Tesla’s current off-line cars are L3-level autonomous driving, which corresponds to I3-level networking facilities, which means that in regional traffic, we are faced with highways, national roads, provincial roads, and rural roads. I3 At the same time, there are four levels of construction of expressway, main road, sub-arterial road and branch road in urban traffic. In the future, Tesla will also roll off L5-level cars, so how should we promote the corresponding What about infrastructure construction?” Professor Guan said.

In addition, Professor Guan said that the scale of investment will be huge in the construction of infrastructure to match intelligent networked vehicles, and the current driving environment of urban traffic and regional traffic, whether it is a series of management and control services such as signs, markings, and signage, are all In the face of manned services, it is also faced with the normalization of intelligent networked and non-networked, manned and unmanned hybrid transportation modes. Both are available at the same time. How to build the corresponding road facilities, there are still many problems. problem.

Intelligent networked vehicles and new energy vehicles are currently the two new growth pillars of China’s auto industry in the future, and will drive the development of many industries, including 5G communications, security cameras, optical fiber communications, cloud access, cloud computing, power semiconductors, wireless charging, etc. , is a big piece of cake that all walks of life in China are focusing on. Many large companies, including Hikvision and Huawei, have listed the Internet of Vehicles market as the focus of their future strategic development.

Problems are also business opportunities. What are the problems that China’s vehicle-road collaborative management and control currently urgently needs to address? How will 5G, AI, cloud and other technologies keep pace with the development of this market? How should Chinese enterprises grasp this great opportunity for the development of China’s Internet of Vehicles? Looking forward to Professor Guan’s keynote speech on November 4 to bring us answers and hope.