'Autonomy Through Infrastructure'

   Seoul Robotics is building the LV5 CTRL TWR to solve the first and last mile autonomy, by automating thousands of vehicles with only a few sensors. Instead of placing burdensome sensors and computers directly on board vehicles, hardware is placed on the surrounding environment  such as buildings, poles and other stationary infrastructure. 



   The network of sensors in the surrounding environment are controlled by a central processing unit, which communicates with all vehicles simultaneously and in real-time, using V2X connectivity technology. The result is fully autonomous closed ecosystems. This allows thousands of vehicles to be autonomously driven in a controlled network, safely navigating around obstacles and other vehicles, with data from relatively few sensors. 

   By eliminating the need for repetitive, manual human driving around storage and distribution lots, the LV5 CTRL TWR increases efficiency, lowers costs, and improves worker safety. As a first and last mile solution, autonomy thru infrastructure is poised to revolutionize the manufacturing, logistics, and trucking industries.