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

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Remote Monitor and Control Center (RMCC)

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Low-latency video streaming system

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Regenerative Shock Absorbers

Remote Monitor and Control Center (RMCC)

Autonomous vehicle adoption is growing rapidly but there are still mishaps, and in many instances, there are no vehicle operators present to help resolve these problems. Our patent portfolio first use-case is to build the RMCC designed to monitor vehicles and if necessary, provide additional support such as call a first responder, take over control of the vehicle to move it out of harm’s way, and provide real-time communication with passengers or pedestrians.

Currently, there is no technology believed to be able to help vehicle manufacturers achieve level 5 autonomy. For this reason, we believe, human-in-the-loop AI technologies will be required for a long time. Guident believes it is the only near real-time teleoperation with patented methods and systems for teleoperation of vehicles, robots or drones.

Our first use-case will not only apply to autonomous vehicles, but also to the following autonomous robots, devices or vehicles:

  • Delivery

  • Mining

  • Military

  • Logistics

Today, a ‘critical path’ element is missing in the adoption of fully autonomous vehicles and delivery devices. The missing ‘bridge’ between human-operated vehicles and AVs of the future is the low latency, real-time monitoring, and control of such vehicles.

We at Guident, with our teleoperation platform plan to bridge this this gap by:

  • Providing a low-cost alternative to human drivers in autonomous vehicles/shuttles and delivery devices.

  • Satisfying the legal requirement for back-up, human remote monitoring that is a barrier to entry for operators in a growing number of States.

Low-latency video streaming system

As part of the RMCC architecture, Guident has developed a 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 on the remote-control operator’s workstation. We have achieved some major milestones in the industry. One of which is the one of the lowest latency measured in a Glass-to-Glass (Camera-to-Monitor) configuration; this is the result of applying the latest technologies in video processing acceleration combined with public and private wireless networks. Guident is in the process to patent the one of the lowest latency remote video streaming monitoring system on a wireless network.  

Generating 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 for telemetric connection with the RMCC. The goal of this technology is 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. Guident’s shock absorber technology applies to a vast majority of electric car makers. Electric vehicle manufacturers are seeking to cost-effectively increase the driving range of their vehicles.

Global AV Market will reach $445B by 2027 growing at a CAGR of 83%
Global Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) market will reach $11.7B by 2027 growing at a CAGR of 28.4%
Mobile Network Infrastructure emergence and Internet of Things (IoT) tsunami will drive AV adaptation
of US adults believe AVs will provide greater independence for elderly and disabled

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