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Last year, we reported that an autonomous car will generate over 300 TB per year. That figure was based on the driving habits of the average American. But there’s a vast stream of data currently being generated by autonomous test vehicles every day all around the world. Take for example, Waymo, the self-driving technology development
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What better place than The Motor City—Detroit, Michigan, USA—for some serious car talk? At the 2018 TU-Automotive conference in Detroit, we had the privilege of interviewing experts from Harman, Renesas, Western Digital, and WirelessCar about data storage and handling in connected and autonomous cars. These companies are leading the way to help car makers store,
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Four key factors driving automotive edge storage

  • May 7, 2018 /
  • by Markku Räsänen
Cars rolling off the lines today generate up to 25 gigabytes of data per hour. With the adoption of further levels of autonomous driving—up to levels 3 or 4—the amount of data is set to increase to up to 1.4 terabytes per hour. Some of that data will be pushed to the cloud, but much
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