Remotely Operated Ground Vehicle

Ultra Low Latency (ULL) Video solutions are essential for safe and effective control of remotely operated ground vehicles. The configuration shown here reduces both camera to Ethernet and Ethernet to NTSC/PAL/RS-170 display to below 40ms allowing remote control of vehicles travelling in excess of 50mph.

The diagram below shows the video link configuration. The Military vehicle is fitted with four cameras: Two forward-facing visible-light, one forward-facing FLIR and one rear-facing visible light type. All four camera outputs are ULL compressed to H.264 and streamed over a secure wireless Ethernet link. The remote control station’s ultra low latency receiver decodes the Ethernet data, rendering it into four video streams for the remote driver’s screen.

 

 

AMP Products used – Ultra Low Latency Streamer for vehicle

  • PC/104-Plus host CPU (with Linux pre-installed)
  • H264ULL-Encoder (4 channel Ultra Low Latency NTSC-to-H.264 Encoder)
  • AMP demo Ultra Low Latency RTSP Video Streaming Encoder application

AMP Products used – Ultra Low Latency Decoder for Remote Control Station

  • PC/104-Plus host CPU (with Linux pre-installed)
  • H264ULL-Decoder (4 channel Ultra Low Latency H.264-to-NTSC Decoder)
  • AMP demo Ultra Low Latency RTSP Video Streaming Decoder application

Ultra Low Latency Streamer for Vehicle

  • Headless, autonomous system
  • Real time 4x full size H.264 encode at full frame rate
  • Composite NTSC/PAL/RS-170 video input
  • Ultra Low Latency technology with latency below 40ms
  • Optional local storage for archival purposes (SATA, USB2)
  • Optional meta data embedded in data stream.

Ultra Low Latency Decoder for Remote Control Station

  • Real time 4x full size H.264 decode at full frame rate
  • 4x Composite NTSC/PAL/RS-170 video output
  • H.264/MPEG-4 AVC (Part 10) decoder
  • Ultra Low Latency technology with a latency below 40ms
  • Optional local storage for control end archive, mission review.
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