C2RO Cloud Robotics is glad to announce the acceptance of its paper “Real-Time Cloud Robotics in Practical Smart City Applications” at the IEEE Annual International Symposium on Personal, Indoor, and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC).
The paper, which lists Nazli Khan Beigi, Bahar Partov, Soode Farokhi, and C2RO as authors, looks at latency issues in cloud robotics when used in smart city applications. It explores C2RO’s experimental setup in which the C2RO platform processes real-time object recognition and cloud-based SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping) using a hybrid cloud model.
The paper concludes that a hybrid cloud robotics model would alleviate the latency issues that previously plagued purely cloud setups. The C2RO platform used parallel computing to successfully demonstrate applications like pedestrian detection in a smart city urban project.
C2RO to Present Paper Live at IEEE Event
C2RO presented the paper on the morning of October 12th at Annual Internal Symposium on PIMRC.