Autonomous bus will circulate in Brasilia later this year

When it was created in 1960, Brasilia earned the seal of modernity for its innovative architectural design at the time. Following its fame since it was founded, the Federal District Government (GDF) has launched a plan to make the federal capital the first smart city in Latin America. The first step for the future will be in urban mobility. With the arrival of a freestanding bus to transport people through the Ministries Esplanade.

Negotiations around the first autonomous collective of the DF are underway.

The company responsible for implementing the pilot project is located in Silicon Valley, in the United States. The region is the cradle of modern computing, gave rise to computing as it is known today and continues to innovate to transform humanity in the coming decades. Following the development of microcomputers, the Internet. The advancement of fiber optics, and user software, large technology companies are now focusing on the interaction of the computer network with other objects that are part of people’s lives.

The DF’s next step will be to implement an intelligent transportation system that results in safer and quieter urban mobility. Avoiding accidents and facilitating the flow of vehicles. According to the Secretary of Science and Technology of Brasilia, Gilvan Máximo. The intention is to expand the proposal to the whole city.

“The next meetings will get to know the technology. It will be a pilot project to evaluate the expansion later. The bus will be completely autonomous, without the need for a driver or any other employee. The software has already been developed, and the simple route of the Esplanade is ideal to test it, “says the secretary.

Electric vehicles are also part of the GDF project. The Brasilia administration and the Brazilian Industrial Development Agency (ABDI) have partnered to make 16 Renault Twizy cars available for use by district servers. The DF will also provide 35 electroposts for free recharging of cars. As a way of encouraging the exchange of cars for combustion for electric.

Electric vehicles are also part of the GDF project:

The Brasilia administration and the Brazilian Industrial Development Agency (ABDI) have partnered to make 16 Renault Twizy cars available for use by district servers. The DF will also provide 35 electroposts for free recharging of cars, as a way of encouraging the exchange of cars for combustion for electric.

With the autonomous bus and electric vehicles, Brasilia will be a true open-air testing workshop on how smart technology can improve urban mobility.

Electric vehicles are also part of the GDF project. The Brasilia administration and the Brazilian Industrial Development Agency (ABDI) have partnered to make 16 Renault Twizy cars available for use by district servers. The DF will also provide 35 electroposts for free recharging of cars. As a way of encouraging the exchange of cars for combustion for electric.

With the autonomous bus and electric vehicles. Brasilia will be a true open-air testing workshop on how smart technology can improve urban mobility.

// What we know about Snapdragon 865

Snapdragon 865 is expected to be present on most flagships by 2020. And although its official announcement has not yet taken place – it is near. Even so, there is already some interesting information to start looking at Qualcomm’s next top-tier chip.

It’s been over half of the year, and oddly enough; until August, famous for being long, is going fast this time. We are approaching the end of a year with many smartphone releases. We already had the introduction of the new Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note 10; the LG G8 ThinQ, the Zenfone 6. The Xiaomi Mi A9, the OnePlus 7 and their variations, so on. All of these are released this year and brought the Snapdragon 855. Which is 45% better in performance compared to the Snapdragon 845. But, what can we expect next year? What to expect from the Snapdragon 865?

And if there’s one thing right about 2020’s top-of-the-line Android smartphones.

It’s that most of them will come equipped with Qualcomm’s next flagship chip – the Snapdragon 865. Although we still have to wait a few months for an official announcement. From the manufacturer, there is already enough information for a preliminary analysis of the next next generation mobile platform.

Also according to the information, with new chipset Qualcomm should continue to offer the choice so that manufacturers can choose whether or not to adopt 5G on their devices and not make it a definite integration with the chipset itself.

From this it is clear Qualcomm’s bet that by 2020 we should not have a large mass of 5G devices, but the number of smartphones supporting the fifth generation of telecommunications networks should grow considerably in number when compared to the year of 2005. 2019. As such, integration of the 5G modem into the Qualcomm chipset could only come in 2021 with the future successor of Snapdragon 865.

More information is expected to come in the coming months as we approach the release date of Qualcomm’s new flagship processor scheduled for the end of the year again.

Qualcomm is expected to launch the Snapdragon 865 in December. And unlike last year when the 855 first appeared on a Samsung product. It may be that this season its successor is tied to some Xiaomi smartphones. Oppo and Vivo are also eyeing and may bring the news very soon.

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