The T-log is an independent, electric logging truck integrating some extraordinary purpose-built layout for the logging industry. The vehicle was created to go off-road and to get around forest tracks with and without loads. The T-log provides more power and functionality for more laborious and changeable work.
As an SAE Level 4 automobile, it can work autonomously without human involvement in particular, pre-programmed or pre-determined scenarios. Google’s Waymo project is yet another sort of Level 4 self-sufficiency. With regards to the Einride T-log, this self-supporting driving is driven by technology from Nvidia Drive. The vehicle does not have any driver’s cab for a human to get into and sit in. Rather, manual driving can be carried out by means of a remote device, which can occur from anywhere with a link to the T-log vehicle.
Consider it as a drone for log hauling, possibly controlled from afar. It will deter humans from being in the field of the log-hauling procedures, improving safety and enhancing productivity. Since the T-log is mainly self-driving, a single operator may potentially be in command of numerous vehicles, further improving convenience.
The T-log’s is remotely regulated through a teleoperation program created by Phantom Auto that can run over 4G connectivity with minimum latency. The absence of a driver’s cab in the T-log indicates more space for goods, lower production and upkeep costs, and reduced operating expenses. The system brings together with Nvidia’s self-driving systems, with digicams, lidar, and radar to develop a 360-degree, live view of the T-log’s environment.