ADAS Sensor Data Handling in the World of Autonomous
By 2030, about 95% of new vehicles sold globally will be connected, up from
around 50% today. Around 45% of these vehicles will have intermediate and
advanced connectivity features (source: McKinsey, 2021).
Modernization, standardization, and automation are the key steps in the roadmap
of data handling for connected vehicles. Vehicle software increasingly sits
within a connected ecosystem of devices. Consumer expectations are shifting more
towards digital compatibility, connectivity, and new functionalities offered in
autonomous vehicles. Digitalization is turning the vehicles of the future into
commodities that are as experimental as they are useful. Many OEMs are at the
beginning of this transformation journey and have struggled on the software side
of things. The entire automotive industry is putting its efforts into
effectively monetizing the data captured during the development and management
of autonomous vehicles. It is not easy to handle the complexity, elasticity, and
volume of data involved.
We are now realizing the possibilities of connected vehicles. Soon, the day will
come when data no longer has to be stored directly in the vehicles, and this
will naturally result in an enormous advantage in terms of performance and cost
improvements for OEMs. However, the challenge is how the automotive industry
will manage this transformation and maximize the inherent value of this huge
amount of data. E.g., one single car can generate up to 1 TB of data in an hour.
Traditional data storage methods simply cannot effectively manage costs to meet
all the needs of customer experience and expectations.
Leveraging the ADAS sensor data to speed up innovation and improve the customer
experience will call for totally new capabilities and infrastructure. Load
balancing and failover management are used to achieve data protection,
integrity, and availability. Data is one of the assets of an organization, but
without robust data handling, the right strategy can detect problems and
automatically provide insights into your data center. This paper will give an
excellent overview of how to handle petabytes of data on a daily basis in an
automatic way with proper utilization of infrastructure and HPC resources and
minimum manual tasks. I will describe how to handle data in a hybrid work model.
hybrid if you have a data center on premises and, in the next stage, you want to
go to any of the cloud data storage options because of time constraints,
customer demand, or a third-party company involved in the data sharing concept.
how to handle the number of HDDs in both data centers in an effective way
without any impact on legacy systems and with complete data integrity.