During the operational tasks of a factory or a warehouse, it is necessary to move a multitude of elements from one side of the enclosure to another. For this reason, autonomous robotic platforms are increasingly being implemented more frequently in the industrial sector. However, there are complex situations that the robotic platform itself is not capable of solving on its own and human intervention is required to remote-control these devices. For this reason, it is necessary to provide systems to these robotic elements that allow their control from a remote control center through immersive presence technologies that allow to control the robot by a human at a distance having all the information of the environment that surrounds it.
Partners: Acciona and Orange
Use case: Robotization applied to Industrial logistics
Description of the technology: A robotic autonomous platform MIR200 with a system of 2D and 360 cameras will be used to allow it to be remote controlled thanks to the 5G communications technology that allows the 2D and 360 video feed to be able to retransmit with low latency
Main solution or advance offered by the technology: Reduction in the latency of communications thanks to the use of 5G