Driverless cars, collision protection and data storage

Solving the storage conundrum in ADAS development and validation

whitepaper

Testing, researching and developing everything from automatic brakes to driverless vehicles generates a lot of data. As these and other Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), like collision protection and emergency assistance become standard functions, the automotive industry will need more reliable ADAS infrastructure to store and analyse all this data.

This whitepaper explores what ADAS and ADAS infrastructure are and walks through the development and validation workflow.

Download it now to read how Dell EMC Isilon addresses common challenges, such as the ability to perform at scale and the sheer amount of data needing to be stored.

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