Recently, DESAY SV Automobile officially received a written notice from Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) that the company successfully obtained the license for the first phase of road test of unmanned vehicles (M1). This means that the DESAY SV test vehicle can be driven on public roads in specific areas of Singapore.
DESAY SV is one of the leading companies in the Chinese automotive electronics industry, it is also a Shenzhen stock listed company, the main products are in-vehicle infotainment systems, air-conditioning controllers and intelligent driving assistance systems. Major customers. DESAY SV is headquartered in Huizhou City, Guangdong Province, and has R & D distribution and branches in Nanjing, Chengdu, Shanghai, Singapore, Europe and Japan. At present, the company is vigorously investing in the research and development of intelligent driving, and actively developing three new businesses of intelligent cockpit, ADAS and connected car. After more than a year of hard work, DESAY SV Singapore Branch obtained Singapore’s M1 license for unmanned vehicles in November 2019.
It is reported that the Singapore Land Transport Authority currently issues driverless vehicle road test licenses in three stages: passing the driverless field test, issuing a special area public road test permit (M1); passing the special area public road test, issuing cross Urban public road test permit (M2); Cross-urban public road test permits are issued for cross-urban public road certification (maximum level M3).
DESAY SV Automobile believes that Singapore is one of the countries most likely to be the first to apply self-driving technology on a large scale. As early as 2017, Singapore announced plans to open autonomous vehicles in three residential areas by 2022 during off-peak hours. Driving a fleet. To achieve this goal, the Singapore government has invested a lot of resources, including rich information, data, and advanced road infrastructure.