Correct speed assessment is crucial for safe teleoperation
Traditional teleoperation is usually based on the concept that video from one camera is rendered to exactly one display. Such an approach usually produces good picture quality but also limited Field of View and incorrect projections.
The Voysys 3D render engine opens up for just any type and number of displays or projectors at the same time as it enables 180° Field of View. Rendering objects in correct size and directions in combination with 180° FOV allows for correct speed assessment in the drivers “edge of the eye”. Correct speed assessment, in turn, means high levels of safety and/or productivity.
Latency is still kept at a minimum. Glass-to-glass latency with Voysys is typically 75 ms over 4G/LTE, close to 40 ms on faster networks.
Our in-house protocol for adaptive streaming keeps latency under control also during drastic bandwidth drops. Decisions on bandwidth reduction are taken within milliseconds to avoid dangerous latency peaks.
Voysys teleoperation system allows streaming over several redundant links. Such setup further avoids latency peaks but also impacts from packet loss and, of course, link failures.
Can driving be safe enough using teleoperation? Key elements for success is Natural FOV and Augmented Reality.
Can delicate work tasks like loading timber be done with good enough productivity using teleoperation?
A Voysys visual system can be used both for fleet monitoring and teleoperation of any vehicle/machine in the autonomous fleet.