|Republic of Korea Navy
<The second fleet of the Republic of Korea Navy>
The Republic of Korea Navy deployed a private 5G network and MEC (Unmanned patrol, remote driving and AI Vision) at the second fleet in December 2022.
Why did the Republic of Korea Navy build a private 5G network?
Private 5G network built by the Republic of Korea Navy
Private 5G applications of the Republic of Korea Navy
|① Unmanned patrol
A driverless autonomous vehicle patrols predefined routes and sends real-time driving information (location coordinates, vehicle status) and outside-vehicle video to the autonomous driving control system on the MEC through a private 5G network. The system displays the vehicle's location, vehicle status, and outside-vehicle video on the monitoring screen.
|② Remote driving
If an emergency occurs during an unmanned patrol, the driving mode is switched from autonomous driving to remote driving. For example, if AI Vision detects birds, the remote driver in the remote cockpit drives the vehicle to the bird infestation area, and the vehicle emits ultrasonic waves to repel the birds (the bird repeller is mounted on the vehicle).
|③ AI Vision
|CCTV camera video is streamed in real time over a private 5G network to the AI Vision application on the MEC, which detects birds, fires, and access to unauthorized areas and sends an alarm to the monitoring and control center.
KT, "Implementation of Smart Aviation Convergence Service Using Private 5G Networks (Korean)," Private 5G Convergence Service Performance Sharing Conference, Ministry of Science and ICT, 2022.12.20