Huawei Launch 5G autonomous vehicle for delivering medical supplies in Thailand hospital

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Huawei Launch 5G autonomous vehicle for delivering medical supplies in Thailand hospital
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Huawei company on Friday comes with a great announced that it has developed a self-driving 5G capable vehicle that will deliver medical supplies to hospitals.

To develop Huawei 5G Autonomous Vehicle has joined hands with Thailand National Broadcasting, Siriraj Hospital, and Telecommunication Communication (NBTC).

As per the company said, that the vehicle is self-driving delivery leverages 5G technology to bring a contactless delivery solution to medical supplies, which will extend the medical system into the 5G era.

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And also said that such technology can transform manpower in logistics services as it can operate in complex environments. The autonomous vehicle provides full safety features, convenient and cost-effective solutions for all healthcare workers while reducing workload and improving patient safety.

Huawei CEO (Thailand ) Abel Deng said that “Huawei is a global leading technology company, and they continuously participating, honored and delighted to assist Thai medical staff. This pilot project of a run without driver vehicle for Siriraj Hospital will operate under Huawei’s 5G technology to help with for run the medical supplies chain within the hospital. This pilot project exemplifies the accelerated digitization of Thailand’s medical services as 5G will play a key role in the future generation of healthcare. “

Deng also said, “5G applications in the public health domain can inspire businesses in other sectors to take advantage of 5G’s popularity and explore new applications of technology. Most importantly, 5G technology is the Thai economy. Will be the major driving force to fix and drive. New economic and social development for the country in every aspect. “

As Huawei said, Thailand’s oldest and largest hospital in the frontline of the fight against COVID-19, after the first trial at Syriraj Hospital, NBTC evaluated the benefits and efficiency of a 5G-capable unmanned vehicle with maximum beneficial results. This pilot project is intended to benefit various uses of unmanned vehicles as well as other hospitals.

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