You can log into the management platform as a standard user or engineer. Each user profile can view different operations on the management control platform.
Multiple Component Status
Advanced vehicle Control
Basic vehicle control
Extended access range
System Health Check
Autonomous Emergency Breaking (AEB)
The Autowise AEB system uses sensors to measure the distance of the sweeper from, objects, pedestrians, and surrounding traffic. Thereby, engaging the brakes if there is a threat of collision. In manual mode, AEB will also alert a driver if there is an imminent collision.
Traffic Light Recognition
Integrated algorithms and cameras allow the vehicle to identify traffic lights. This allows the sweeper to stop on red and go on green.
The onboard computing system uses the data from Lidars, millimeter radars, and cameras to detect the distance of the sweeper from an object. The data determines how close the sweeper should get to an object or how close another vehicle to the sweeper.
Data from all sensors allow the sweeper to identify people, animals, static or moving objects within its vicinity. If obstructed, the sweeper will automatically change its route to avoid a collision.
Backup Computing System
An offsite secondary computer acts as a backup for the onboard computing system and ECS. If the onboard computing system crashes, the secondary computer takes over its functions.
Regionalized Data Centers
Client data is stored in a data center that is within their closest geographic region.
All stored data in the cloud is converted from readable, or plaintext format into an unreadable, encoded format
2-Factor Authentication (2FA)
Users are prompted to log into the vehicle control platform with their username and password. Additionally, a security code is sent to a mobile phone or email address.
Each sweeper has a stored log file that contains key events such as component health status, software upgrades, or system changes.
Automatic system checks to identify weak points, determining the cause of a problem, or status of the operating systems
Blind Spot Detection
BSD uses ultrasonic and radar sensors on the side and rear of the car to track traffic in the adjacent lane or front of the sweeper, or directly alongside the sweeper.