For Immediate Release
Harald Braun, Chairman
May 4th, 2021, London & Boca Raton, Florida: Guident Ltd, the developer of software for autonomous vehicles (AVs) and delivery robots, announces the successful demonstration of its remotecontrol technology. This will be used in its first remote monitoring and control center (RMCC) for AVs, to be launched later this year in Boca Raton, Florida.
Guident Ltd, the developer of software for improving the safety of autonomous vehicles (AVs) and delivery robots, announces the successful demonstration of its remote-control technology. This will be used in its first remote monitoring and control center (RMCC) for AVs, to be launched later this year in Boca Raton, Florida. The RMCC will be able to monitor multiple vehicles from a remote, secure monitoring centre, akin to air traffic control.
Also known as teleoperations, the remote-control robotics software leverages a secure, low-latency connection. The RMCC’s goal is to rapidly track the location, monitor the surroundings and when necessary, take over control of AVs in the event of an accident or mishap. Guident believes this center will provide last mile delivery fleet operators with an additional level of safety, whilst complying with Florida law, which requires a remote monitoring and control centre for AV’s that do not have drivers or safety operators within the vehicles.
The company has unveiled its new capabilities via a video demonstration. Guident’s RMCC is covered by six U.S. patents several with foreign counterparts and proprietary software designed to enhance the safety of autonomous deliveries.
According to Triton Market Research “the last mile AV delivery market autonomous vehicle market is expected to reach $41.7 billion by 2028 with a CAGR of 19%. Contactless or “touch-free” delivery is in high-demand since the COVID 19 pandemic and Guident believes this increased demand will accelerate the roll-out of land-based delivery drones for food and medicines to improve their availability and reduce the costs of these deliveries.
“We are incredibly pleased to announce the successful introduction of our secure software platform designed to power our RMCC. This system is device-agnostic, works with any 5G public mobile or private LTE network and has reduced signal latency when compared with traditional telemetric video monitoring and control systems,” says Harald Braun, Chairman & CEO of Guident Ltd.
About Guident, Ltd.
Guident commercializes new technology to enhance the utility and safety of autonomous vehicles and drones using its proprietary IP. To learn more please visit www.guident.co.
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