Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (NUAA) unveiled driverless cars to carry baggage for freshers on Monday.
With technologies developed by the research team of NUAA, including 5G, AI, big data analysis, these driverless cars are equipped with high-definition cameras, Lidar and other sensors, so as to automatically navigate and make way for pedestrians.
"The driverless car can use neural network technology to autonomously eliminate rain and fog on the lens if it senses them while it's moving," said Wang Xinghu, deputy director of Information Department, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Wang explained that driverless vehicles can send back images, recognize faces and license plates. "Teachers and students can use the one-touch alarm function on the car to ask for help from the campus monitoring and alarm command center in time," he added.
A total of six self-driving cars were put into operation on campus. These cars can not only help deliver luggage to the dorms during the day, but also automatically patrol at night to ensure the safety of students.