Remote Control Driving
for unmanned driving tests
CO.Remote is a system that combines a driving robot with a remote control. The remote control transmits commands from outside the vehicle to the driving robot, which converts them into steering or pedal movements.
With CO.Remote, unmanned driving tests can be realised in a very simple way, where no driver should be inside the vehicle.
Built-in steering robot behind the original steering wheel
Driver can continue to operate vehicle unhindered
Built-in pedal robot CC800
Drive unit mounted directly in front of driver's seat
With special templates for a wide range of experiments
Features of CO.Remote
The remote controlled driving of a test vehicle has the following performance characteristics
- with the driving robot installed, the driver's seat remains free and can be used e.g. for a dummy
- different remote controls, such as steering wheel and pedal systems, joystick or pistol grip remote controls can be connected
- simple test configuration without complex sensor technology
- expandable with video transmission from inside of the test vehicle
- equipped vehicle can still be driven manually
- universally applicable for different vehicles
A simple joystick, a pistol grip remote control or alternatively a steering wheel and pedal system can be used as remote control and thus unmanned driving tests can be realised even without location sensors.
Areas of application
Examples of use of CO.Remote
The areas of application for CO.Remote are unmanned driving tests where no driver may be in the vehicle and simple handling is important.