Mitsubishi launched a first-ever online event where people were able to web-control a real Outlander SUV, using the keyboard. They relied on a peer-assisted networking solution for ultra low latency to ensure that there was no perceived delay in driving the vehicle. Also, they incorporated a GPS-monitored automatic breaking system, so that if the vehicle reached a programmed boundary, it would automatically stop to prevent it from any kind of crash. This event showed that a complex real world machine, such as a brand new SUV, can be adequately remote controlled via the web.