September 03, 2017

Video processing for virtual cockpit over 5G networks

  • Becirbasic D.
  • Lukac Z.
  • Molnar M.
  • Samardzija D.

Autonomous driving is the next breakthrough in automotive industry. Although the current achievements are very promising we still envision applications in which a certain level of assistance from the remote operator would be required. The goal of the project is to realize a semi-autonomous driving platform prototype with low-latency control/command channel to the operator over the 5G wireless network. The main operational mode of the vehicle is autonomous and in a certain situation the vehicle will transfer control to the remote operator. In order to control the vehicle in the real time, the remote operator should have a live video stream from the vehicle with limited bandwidth and ultra-reliable low-latency communication link in both directions.

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