Luxinnovation’s Automobility Cluster strongly supports increasingly automated, cleaner and more efficient modes of mobility and Objective Software’s unveiled tele-operated vehicle presented in Germany ticks all of those boxes and opens up exciting future possibilities and opportunities. Their new fully electric car is capable of driving under completely remote control via a tele-operator who can sit thousands of kilometres away. It sounds like science fiction but in fact, the future is almost here now.

Real-time, safety-proven controls and multiple full-HD (high definition) video streams allow the users to have a totally immersive experience, which bridges the borders between simulation and reality, physical and virtual places.

Objective Software’s Tele-Operated Driving Solutions use real-time data transmission supported by state-of-the-art cellular telecommunication and upcoming (not fully on the market yet) sensor technologies, which transform serial production vehicles into full-fledged tele-operated solutions, ready for the ongoing mobility revolution.

Hundreds of visitors showed their enthusiasm regarding the potential of tele-operated driving which opens a wide range of applications in mobility services and industry. It is a very big step in the right direction.

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