Mission Critical Controls

Would You Trust an Autonomous Vehicle? Would you get into a car that drives itself while sharing the road with other fast-moving vehicles? What if the Wireless Network controlling the vehicle fails? Is 99.9999% Network Reliability (6 x 9’s) enough?

That’s 31.5 seconds of downtime per year. A lot can happen in 1 second in a moving vehicle. Can a mobile network achieve “mission critical” reliability while being used in environments plagued by radio signal interference caused by nature such as trees, fog, and rain?

Current wireless networks are susceptible to signal interference, delay, and latency that create challenges for mission critical use-cases such as autonomous vehicles, vehicle-to vehicle, and vehicle-to infrastructure communications required to bring driver-less vehicles to reality.

Cohere Technologies’ patented OTFS modulation technology extracts full diversity of the wireless channel, independent of the packet size, to enable ultra-reliable wireless networks that are more resilient to interference as compared to existing 4G/LTE/OFDM networks of today and compared to OFDM modulation schemes being proposed for 5G.

How is OTFS more reliable than 4G/LTE/OFDM wireless networks?

How can OTFS achieve sub-1-millisecond latency on wireless networks that are susceptible to the elements?

Do we have real-world market results comparing the reliability of communications on OTFS versus OFDM wireless networks?