Reducing Latency in Ground Vehicle Video Systems

March 5, 2020

Video latency makes it extremely difficult for vehicle operators to have complete confidence that what they are seeing is the reality at the time. The combination of uncertainty and delayed images can cause hesitancy when responding to threats, collision with obstructions or humans, or to unknowingly drive the vehicle into a dangerous situation or landscape. To ensure the safety and security of people and equipment inside and outside the vehicle, this vital visual information needs to be accessible in as close to real-time as possible.  This white paper discusses ground vehicle video system latency issues and how to overcome the challenges in video system design.

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