By the end of the year in Moscow will be the testing ground for unmanned vehicles

INNOPOLIS, September 20. /TASS/. A testing ground for driverless cars to appear in Dmitrov, Moscow region by the end of 2017, said the head of development of intelligent systems of the Central scientific research automobile and automotive Institute (NAMI) Tatyana Romancheva at the international summit IoT World Summit in the city of Innopolis (Tatarstan).

“One of the areas which concerned US is the creation of a testing ground for unmanned vehicles and vehicles with high intellectual capabilities of the systems. The polygon is created on the basis of the existing test centre in the town of Dmitrov, its construction will be completed by the end of this year,” she said.

The landfill will be tested the vehicles with intelligent systems, driver assistance systems, will develop their interaction with “smart” traffic lights and infrastructure. “All decisions will be by the time to exist, there will be tested,” said Romancheva.

IoT World Summit Russia 2017 is held in Innopolis September 19-20 and brought together leading domestic and foreign innovators in the IoT market (Internet of things) and the key sectors of the economy. It was reported that the expected participation in the summit of representatives of 14 countries.