Udelv Tele-Operations System
Udelv’s proprietary tele-operations system is one of the world’s lowest latency remote driving and control systems. It enables remote perception, monitoring and control for automotive and non-automotive robotics applications. Udelv’s tele-operations system can be used in autonomous as well as non-autonomous vehicles. It consists of in-unit sensors and processing software, networking functionality, and a remote (back-office) command center. A wide range of remote, multi-unit oversight and control capabilities can be enabled for various use cases.
|Autonomous system agnostic, with integrated safety and cyber-security features
|Automotive grade design with redundant real time processors for all in-unit interfacing and processing
|Up to 8 channel dynamic encoding video streaming for 360-degree perception awareness
|Comprehensive sensor coverage map support with diverse camera Field-of-View and resolution compatibility
|Overcome cellular network challenges with cellular bonding (up to 3 modems)
|Capture, composition, encoding and transmission in less than 8ms, and glass-to-glass in less than 85 ms with network-latency mitigated nominal performance
|Comprehensive I/Os and interface protocols allow for in-unit communication, command and feedback for a wide range of peripherals and functions onboard.
|Complete telemetry, perception data and controls state rendering for remote user for human in-the-loop oversight and control
|8 CAN 2.0B and FD bus channels for redundant vehicle control and delivery pod interface
|Compact, low footprint command system for back-office integration through standard internet service
|Expandable I/Os and hardware provisioning for additional equipment interfaces, such as other sensors and inputs sources.
|Works with Udelv’s uECU™ (Please refer to our uECU™ brochure and pricing)
AV and non- AV System agnostic
Multiple Use Cases
Remote monitoring & control for added safety
Reduced cost in field engineering support
Many units controlled by a single operator
Onboard 4G/5G communications
Mission continuity for
Safety layer for unmanned robotics testing applications
What non-AV system problems can tele-operations solve?
Examples of applications for non-AV or semi-AV (L2/L3 ADAS) Use Cases:
Human driver is locally expensive, or must be paid overtime and double time
Example of End User: Fixed routes during holiday season.
Solution: Remote operation with no human driver.
Benefit: Cost savings and higher vehicle utilization.
Human not capable or trained to navigate a particular situation
Example of End User: Teen, senior, vision-impaired, etc.
Solution: Remote operation with local driver present.
Benefit: Safety improvement, getting the job done.
Human driver is inconvenient
Example of End User: Moving people who need to do something else while being driven. Long rides.
Solution: Remote operation without human driver.
Human driver is underutilized
Example of End User: Yard/Port operators, School bus fleets, Shipping & logistics cost.
Solution: Pooling remote driving across multiple vehicles.
Benefit: Cost savings.
The complete Udelv tele-operations system consists of a uECU™, cameras and a command center kit. Cameras and the uECU™ can be purchased as part of the whole system or separately. Udelv’s tele-operations system supports up to 8 cameras simultaneously.
Tele-Operations Command Center
Tele-Operations Command Center Subscription