Semi-autonomous driving

Support and relief for routine tasks

Semi-autonomous driving (Level 2 & 3) is ideal for applications that involve a mix of routine and complex operations requiring human intervention. These systems support the driver in specific situations, such as lane and speed keeping, maintaining distance, or parking. The transition between the systems occurs seamlessly and in real-time.

Combining strengths for optimal results                                                                          

Flexibility and adaptability

Combined technologies offer high flexibility and adaptability in dynamic and complex environments. Teleoperated driving allows for remote vehicle control, while semi-autonomous systems handle routine tasks.

Enhanced safety

By combining human decision-making capabilities with automated assistance, safety is significantly improved. Semi-autonomous systems minimize errors in standardized situations, and teleoperated functions enable quick responses to unpredictable events.

Cost efficiency

Both approaches provide cost-effective solutions by utilizing existing infrastructure and allowing for gradual implementation. This reduces implementation costs and enables more efficient resource use.

Versatile applications

Teleoperated and semi-autonomous driving can be applied across many industries, including agriculture, construction, mining, logistics, and public transportation. Their ability to adapt to different requirements makes them particularly valuable.

The combination of teleoperated and semi-autonomous driving offers a highly efficient solution for a wide range of applications. By synergizing these two technologies, companies can maximize the flexibility, safety, and cost-efficiency of their vehicle fleets while being able to respond to dynamic and complex environments. This integrated approach ensures that both human intuition and technological precision are optimally utilized.

NX NextMotion
One step ahead

Our flexible modular system enables the implementation of any drive, steer or brake-by-wire requirements, right through to revolutionary system-on-chip (SoC) solutions.

Rolf Gramenske
Director Technical Sales