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  • January 13, 2022
    Teleoperation: How It’s Taking Over The Autonomous Vehicle Industry
    What is teleoperation, how does it work, and why is it being increasingly used in the autonomous vehicle industry?` Read More
  • December 9, 2021
    How Does Remote Driving Work?
    Remote driving is one part of what is known as ‘teleoperation.’ Teleoperation is the umbrella that encompasses monitoring, assistance, and driving of autonomous vehicles via a teleoperator from a remote location. Autonomous vehicles (AVs) that use remote driving are mainly away from the public and public roads, such as at airports, logistic centers, warehouses, shipping ports, and mining, agriculture, and construction. Read More
  • December 9, 2021
    What Is Tele Assistance In Autonomous Driving?
    Tele Assistance, also known as indirect control, is one part of ‘teleoperation,’ which is simply when a human can monitor, assist and drive an autonomous vehicle (AV) from a remote location. Teleoperation is sometimes interpreted quite narrowly to include only direct methods of control. Ottopia uses a broader definition of teleoperation, encompassing direct and indirect methods of control. Read More