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FET, Ericsson use 5G slicing to deliver solution to Taiwan police

Taiwanese operator Far EasTone Telecom (FET) said it had delivered what it claims is the world-first 5G smart patrol car solution for a police department, by leveraging AI and Ericsson’s end-to-end 5G network slicing technology.

In a release, the Asian telco said that the solution also included 5G Core and RAN Slicing utilizing Dynamic Radio Resource Partitioning in a live 5G Standalone (SA) network.

The 5G smart patrol car solution is an application created for the Kaohsiung City Police Department, in a city located in southern Taiwan, to support license plate recognition by patrol cars equipped with high-resolution photography devices, using an AI image analysis solution to identify vehicles that have been reported stolen.

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