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Phantom Auto Acquires Video Streaming Technology Firm Voysys
Tuesday 04 October 2022

US-based remote operation software provider Phantom Auto has acquired Sweden-based video communication technology provider Voysys AB, the company said.

Phantom said its acquisition of the video communication technology provider catalyzes its commercialization efforts to continue to provide customers in the logistics sector with human-centric technology, to combat the decades-long labor shortage.

Following the acquisition, Phantom will expand its capacity to service rapidly-growing customer demand for remotely operated forklifts, in addition to supporting deployments in the unmanned yard truck and delivery robot segments.

By combining Voysys's unrivaled video streaming capabilities into its remote operation platform, Phantom's customers have achieved further reductions in streaming latency, as well as improvements in video quality and stability -- especially in volatile network conditions.

Based in Sweden, Voysys has spent the last decade focusing specifically on ultra-low latency and multi-link video streaming across unstable networks.

The result is a differentiated video-streaming software solution that increases video performance and improves glass-to-glass latency, while concurrently reducing bandwidth consumption and disconnects.

Phantom Auto specializes in remote operation of all logistics vehicles. Phantom's human-centric interoperable solutions enable people to remotely supervise, assist, and drive vehicle fleets from up to thousands of miles away including forklifts, robots, trucks, and more.
Date Published: 04/10/2022