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POLYGON FOR AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE TESTING
In 2018, Accolade Group announced their project to build a fully functioning, comprehensive polygon for autonomous vehicle testing.
The project is based on the current needs of industry stakeholders, be they car manufacturers, customers, or the Czech academic sphere. This is linked to the main motivation for the project, which for Accolade is the construction of a research and development centre where top scientists in the field will be employed.
AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE TESTING BY 2027
- Strategic location in the west of the Czech Republic, near Stříbro in the Pilsen region.
- Under the standard approval process, construction is due to begin in 2025.
- The first vehicles are planned to be tested in 2027.
A playground for technology of the future. The polygon will offer both communication testing between vehicles in a dynamic city environment and a laboratory for interaction with urban infrastructure. As a result, we will be able to improve existing assistive technologies, such as traffic sign recognition, adaptive cruise control, and hazard detection. Our aim is to create fully automated vehicles which will drive without the need for human interference.
our projects include brno airport
The airport in Brno handles over half a million travellers per year, making it the second-busiest airport in the Czech Republic.
Two scheduled services, to London and Milan, currently fly from Brno, both of which are operated by Ryanair. The airport is at its busiest during the summer season, when the airport is used by nearly 380,000 people.Find out more