Boca Raton Innovation Campus to Launch First National Autonomous Vehicle Remote Control Command Center
The event will be held on National Autonomous Vehicles Day
The future of Autonomous Transportation will be displayed when the formal demonstration of the first nationwide Autonomous Vehicle remote monitoring and control center is launched in Boca Raton. The demonstration will commence today at 5 p.m. at the Boca Raton Innovation Campus (BRiC)—the former home of IBM and the birthplace of the first personal computer. Boca Raton Mayor Scott Singer and members of the Boca Raton City Council will also be on hand to witness the innovative technology. CP Group, Guident and Perrone Robotics teamed together to create the formal demonstration of the first nationwide Autonomous Vehicle remote monitoring and control center at BRiC.
Guident is a leading developer of software solutions for remote monitoring and teleoperation of autonomous vehicles who recently agreed to lease 7,500 square feet at BRiC to host the command center, joining a growing number of technology-focused tenants at the historic campus. Perrone Robotics is considered the “autonomy of choice” across vehicle manufacturers, technology suppliers, and transit and transportation customers. As Guident’s strategic partner, they will demonstrate the Future of Autonomous Transportation with their transformative Autonomous Vehicle (AV) options with safe, reliable AV technology. The launch will also include a formal pilot of a remotely monitored autonomous vehicle.