‘Teledriving’ steers first remote-controlled car on European road

For the very first time, a auto with no human within has pushed on a general public street in Europe.

The feat was achieved by Vay, a German startup. The business takes advantage of an solution known as “teledriving” to remote-control vehicles from websites positioned miles absent.

Operators pilot the motor vehicles with steering wheels, petals, and monitors. They also recieve highway targeted visitors seems by using microphones and headphones.

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The system resembles racing simulators for video clip online games — only the action on the screens is taking place for genuine.

Redundant mobile networks present the knowledge transmission. In the occasion of a community failures or unexpected emergency, the vehicle instantly come to a safe quit.

Vay teledrive station