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I have a robot that gives 4K images from its camera and sensor data.I want to consume these information and transfer to my local computer and process the desired path the robot has to go based on the 4k images of 5/sec and sensor data(each photo of 12 MB * 5 = 60MB/Sec)

simply,i want gpu and cpu processing to be done on local machine.

Based on my knowledge ,i need only robot and local machine in network(server/client)....because the robot give more information i need wifi AC for less latency.

WiFi-ac has 1.3 gbps bandwidth as of my google search,how to use the wifi-ac to the fullest to get atleast 60MB/sec.

So please let me know am i going in right approach..?,if so how can i communicate with wifi AC routers with python, both in my local machine and robot.

what router is preferred to place on robot.(google wifi is good?)

Local Machine-Alienware 17 - R4 -killer wifi AC adapter
Robot - Diff. drive robot with 4K Camera and Raspberry Pi

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  • $\begingroup$ How many images do you want to send? How big are these images? (Can you compress them?) What do you mean by 'intranet'? That's no name for a technology so I'm a bit confused. $\endgroup$ – FooBar Jan 28 at 12:38
  • $\begingroup$ 4K Images of burst mode 5 photos / sec -Each of 12MB x 5 = 60 MB / sec , Intranet i mean as local network (only local machine(laptop) and robot) $\endgroup$ – Chaitanya Krishna Jan 28 at 16:09
  • $\begingroup$ 12 MB per image seems like a lot. That's the size of uncompressed 4-bit-per-channel color or uncompressed greyscale. Are you not compressing it? $\endgroup$ – user1318499 Jan 31 at 20:34
  • $\begingroup$ I am taking raw images(uncompressed).its required for my image processing on laptop. $\endgroup$ – Chaitanya Krishna Feb 12 at 18:47

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