Next year in South Korea, will open a K-City is the world’s largest testing ground for testing driverless cars
The South Korean government will soon open a K-City is the world’s largest test site for unmanned vehicles.
The object has an area of about 360,000 m2, and its scheme can be seen in the image below.
The presence of a variety of junctions, high-speed areas, areas for Parking and other infrastructure will allow automakers to conduct a full scale test of unmanned machines.
In October I plan to open part of the complex: the high-speed sections of the road. The project will be completed in the first half of 2018, and the total investment in K-City will be nearly $ 10 million.
For testing unmanned vehicles on-site K-City any special permissions, as in the case of testing on public roads, is not required. His first trials, likely to begin, Hyundai Motor Company and Kia Motors.