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Remote Repositioning: A Ford Smart Mobility Experiment

 

Using Georgia Tech-owned golf carts to prove out the technology, a person sitting in a remote location can access real-time video streamed over LTE to drive the carts. The outcome could be a more affordable and effective way to share or park vehicles using a remote “valet.”

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Our works with Ford have been presented in various articles. Please check them below.

  • [arstechnica] Remote Valet Mode and Revolutionized Parking: Ford’s Smart Mobility (VIEW)
  • [Bits – The New York Times] Ford Opens Lab in Silicon Valley (VIEW)
  • [SLASH GEAR] Ford Might Just Move The Driver, Not Go Driverless (VIEW)
  • [THE HUFFINGTON POST] CEO Mark Fields Drives Ford into the ‘Mobility’ Business (Post + Podcast) (VIEW)
  • [WIRED] Ford’s Working on a Remote Control for Your Car (VIEW)
  • [FASTCOMPANY] I Drove Ford’s Golf Cart In Atlanta (Note: I Was In Silicon Valley At The Time) (VIEW)
  • [THE VERGE] Live from Ford’s 2015 CES keynote (VIEW)
  • [FORD] FORD AT CES ANNOUNCES SMART MOBILITY PLAN AND 25 GLOBAL EXPERIMENTS DESIGNED TO CHANGE THE WAY THE WORLD MOVES (VIEW)
  • [FORD] MOBILITY EXPERIMENT: REMOTE REPOSITIONING, ATLANTA (VIEW)
  • [FORD] FORD OPENS NEW SILICON VALLEY RESEARCH CENTER TO DRIVE INNOVATION IN CONNECTIVITY, MOBILITY, AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES (VIEW)
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