Sky Autonet Co., Ltd. conducts pilot introduction of ‘SeDA School Zone Saver’ for Yongin Private Taxi Association

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[이데일리 이윤정 기자] Sky Autonet Co., Ltd. announced on the 29th that it was the first in Gyeonggi-do Private Taxi Association to introduce the SeDA School Zone Saver device for the first time in Yongin Private Taxi Association, where taxi speed is autonomously controlled at the speed limit in school zones and speeding danger zones.

(Photo=Sky Autonet Co., Ltd.)

Sky Autonet Co., Ltd. develops/manufactures and supplies control terminals for car sharing to large car rental companies, and is a specialized automobile mobility platform company that researches automobile analysis/diagnosis and autonomous driving technologies.

SeDA School Zone Saver automatically decelerates the taxi’s driving speed to the road speed limit by blocking the accelerator’s acceleration and idling the engine when the taxi runs over the road speed limit in a school zone or speeding danger zone. It also prevents sudden acceleration accidents in which children stepping on the accelerator surprised by the sudden appearance of young children while driving down the alley. The road speed limit that changes in real time can be automatically upgraded through the SeDA School Zone Saver APP.

(Photo=Sky Autonet Co., Ltd.)

During this pilot introduction period, Oh Geun-hwan, secretary general of the Yongin Private Taxi Association, said, “We plan to intensively check the quality of the taxi, including whether the autonomous speed control function works well nationwide, including in Yongin. We plan to conduct joint purchases for about 1,600 people, and also consider proposing to expand the introduction to the Gyeonggi-do Individual Taxi Association or requesting a purchase subsidy from the local government,” he said.

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