Autonomous vehicle expert says 5G make driverless cars safer

Dean Bushey, the general manager of self-driving car company Voyage, said that 5G technology will help make autonomous vehicles safer. "Right now, anything over a hundred milliseconds of latency is going to cause our cars to disrupt. So anytime we can get lower latency, higher bandwidth ... that's where 5G comes in. 5G promises one-millisecond latency." Bushey said.

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