The Connected Vehicle is the New Edge

Equinix & Microsoft discuss challenges and opportunities with autonomous vehicles as edge computing and real time networking and analytics become key.

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Connected mobility solutions and autonomous vehicles are a growing reality in the automotive industry.
The car itself is changing radically - from a conventional means of transport to a data center on wheels. Test drives and simulations that power autonomous driving solutions require enormous amounts of data processing, and that technology poses a particular challenge to enterprises attempting to win this new market.

In the race to autonomy, many OEM’s and fleet operations face additional challenges while deploying ADAS development platforms such as: data ingress for ever-expanding unstructured data sets with sensors improvements; hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing; and the need for substantial and highly connected, cutting-edge infrastructure on a global, distributed level. These OEMs are more often looking to the capabilities of the public cloud to run ADAS projects instead of deploying on-premise.

Join us to learn about a safer and more intelligent ADAS solution that leverages Microsoft Azure technology deployed on a hyperconnected global IT-infrastructure for innovative driver assistance systems.