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Teleoperation

Command and control autonomous devices from anywhere in the world with a direct, low-latency connection. Joystick, direct commands, or SSH without a VPN.
Teleoperation
Formant teleoperation is just that: real-time command and control of your autonomous device from a browser. If your robot can’t get back to autonomy, take it over — unstick it. Perhaps you need to park it in a safe spot, go around an obstacle — whatever it is, you just need a computer, tablet, or even phone, and you’ll have access to real-time, peer-to-peer, low-latency teleoperation.

Formant allows engineers to execute remote commands on the robot to get more data, states, or insights from the machine without actually logging into the robot. You’ve already set up all the commands that matter to you and your team, so just select which one you want to use from a dropdown. If you need access to the robot, you can connect directly to it via SSH.

Real-time connection

Remotely operate your devices over a low-latency, peer-to-peer, secure connection.

Audio And Video Live Stream

See and hear what the robot experiences in real-time, giving you greater contextual awareness of the environment and reacting as you would if you were onsite.

Commands & SSH

Execute built-in or application-defined commands any time your device is online or queue it for when it reconnects. SSH into your robot for detailed debugging or access into your robot

Interventions / Assists

Respond synchronously or asynchronously to support requests from your application on the robot.

Map based navigation

Plan, preview, and execute the path of the robot over a secure connection.
Teleoperations
Teleoperation interface
Real-time SSH
SSH directly into the robot
Video of teleoperation in action

See it in action

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