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Unmanned vehicles still need human support for the time being, unmanned vehicles expert says.

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Suki Chan reported 19.3.2019

Hong Kong government is developing a smart city and launch a pilot project at Kowloon East. It included setting up a driverless bus test site.

“If Hong Kong wants to reach the highest level of unmanned driving technology, it cannot become true today,” CEO of MapKing Stanley Ng said at Hong Kong Shue Yan University today.

Ng said automatic driving was divided into five levels. The highest level was fully automatic driving without any driver-assisted driving.

"The current automatic driving in Hong Kong is only an initial stage, such as the use of small driverless vehicles to transport documents or information, " he said.

Ng said Hong Kong Airport was using unmanned passenger trains and they are considering use the same technologic for baggage transport.

Hong Kong was hard to achieve the highest level of autonomous driving in a short period of time because of the large amount of data and technical support involved, he added.

"Hong Kong has a huge population on very scarce land, it was the regret of development of unmanned vehicles," Ng said.

In 2016, the mainland company piloted the first unmanned vehicle from Chongqing to Beijing, he said.

"Drivers were required to observe the vehicle in the seat. The driver had to control the vehicle driving for lane change, uneven road or bad weather," he said.

He said driverless technology supported by road data and different technologies, like radar detection and sensors.

Stanley Ng was the founder and CEO of MapKing, and a professional urban planner.

MapKing was a Hong Kong-based company serving Asia-Pacific companies, focusing on smart life and transportation and logistics applications. Clients include international companies, such as: Apple and Google, SF Express and cross-border transportation. The latest projects included high-end minibuses, taxi network and management system.

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