Guident develops and has exclusive software solutions to enhance the safety, availability, efficiency and Return on Investment (ROI) of using an autonomous vehicles or robots. Guident’s solutions are protected by nine patents.

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Remote Monitor and Control Center (RMCC)

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Ultra-low-latency video streaming system

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Regenerative Shock Absorbers

Remote Monitor and Control Center (RMCC)

In complying with AV regulations in various U.S. states, including the Florida statute 316.85 (5), a Remote Monitor and Control Center (RMCC) solution provides a safety mechanism that allows any AV to be monitored and controlled by a remote operator to resolve unforeseen situations such as deadlock, navigation errors, passengers’ misbehavior, or any incident. The RMCC platform provides a low-cost alternative to human safety drivers in autonomous vehicles/shuttles and satisfies the legal requirement for backup and remote human monitoring, which is a barrier to entry for operators in a growing number of states.

Ultra-Low-latency video streaming system

As part of the RMCC architecture, Guident has developed and patented an ultra-low-latency multi-camera video streaming platform. The platform acts as a multi-camera video processing and transmission device in a vehicle or device and interacts with software in the cloud and the remote-control operator’s workstation. We have achieved some significant milestones in the industry. One of which is one of the lowest latency measured in a glass-to-glass (camera-to-monitor) configuration; this results from applying the latest technologies in video processing acceleration combined with public and private wireless networks.

Regenerative Shock Absorbers

Guident acquired the exclusive license to a new regenerative shock absorber technology and is seeking to license this technology to electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers. This technology will enable EVs to increase their range and have more available power. This technology aims to manufacture electromagnetic regenerative shock absorbers with high energy densities that can recover a vehicle’s vibration energy, which is otherwise lost due to road irregularities, vehicle accelerations, and braking. In addition, this unique design utilizing rotary mechanical motion rectifiers can be tuned to achieve better-damping characteristics than existing shock absorbers.

Global AV market will reach $445.4B by 2027 growing at a CAGR of 83%
Global autonomous last-mile delivery market will reach $41.7B by 2028 growing at a CAGR of 19%
of Americans say they would have greater trust in AVs if they had a chance to experience an AV ride firsthand
of U.S. adults believe AVs will provide greater independence for the elderly and disabled

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