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The development of ADAS sub-systems and autonomous vehicles generates vast amounts of data from the onboard sensors and systems. So, what do you do with all of the data? The team at AutonomouStuff has gained experience from several years of integrating components on autonomous vehicles and is now working with talented partners to provide a data ingest, storage and archive solution. We have put together information on several kits designed to fulfill common use cases, which is explored in more detail below. We will post further case studies and more information in the near future, so stay tuned.
Once you have determined your R&D roadmap and projected your data storage requirements you will need to determine the mechanism for storing the vast amounts of data.
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The diagram below shows data flow from Autonomous R&D vehicles back to the engineering teams. The vehicles typically go on a “mission,” gather data from the sensors and produce logs during autonomous operation. The raw sensor data, as well as onboard logs, is used by engineers to improve onboard autonomy systems including machine learning. This onboard data is typically transferred to a large scale storage device by either fiber optics or removeable/swappable drives. Once the data is processed by engineers, it is typically kept long-term and used later for regression testing and engineering.
Typical Autonomous R&D vehicles are fitted with a variety of sensors that are used by onboard autonomy systems and machine learning algorithms. It is important to understand the volume of data generated by these sensors. The raw data from these sensors is typically required to improve/train the onboard machine learning algorithms. The graph below shows that cameras and LiDAR generate the majority of the data onboard the vehicle.