High-Speed In-Vehicle ADAS Data Logging – A key puzzle piece to the End-to-End ADAS/AD Validation Workflow
Thursday, December 10, 2020
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
(GMT-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
(GMT+1:00) Central European Time (Rome, Berlin)
ADAS test engineers need to record raw sensor data during road testing to accurately train ADAS and autonomous vehicle ECU algorithms. Vehicle, driver, and environment safety demand an increased number of high-bandwidth ADAS sensors, which results in a high volume of recorded data.
Data quality and the cost of data are critical requirements to be addressed.
Therefore, an ADAS logging system must be able to overcome the following needs, just to name a few:
- Tightly synchronize sensor interfaces
- Interface with various I/O, including automotive networks, GMSL and FPD-Link cameras, radar, lidar, GNSS, and general-purpose I/O
- Sustainable data streaming while recording terabytes of data to redundant arrays of cost-effective disks (RAID) storage
- Software connectivity to trusted, well-known IT and Cloud Service Providers
- Adaptable to meet data recording requirements now and evolve in the future
In this webinar we will provide answers and solutions to the below questions:
- Why recording raw ADAS sensor data is needed and challenging?
- What a truly open and software connected system architecture needs to provide to be suitable for ADAS record as well as replay and HIL applications?
- How Automotive companies like Valeo and JLR are using and developing solutions based on this system architecture?
- How the open and flexible hardware and software architecture of such an ADAS logging system addresses changing requirements and future needs easily?
- Why no single company can solve the End-to-End ADAS / AD Validation challenge, but an ADAS Test Ecosystem can?