Quantum to Showcase High Performance In-Vehicle Storage for Autonomous Vehicle Development at CES 2019

by December 27, 2018 0 comments

Quantum Corp. will demonstrate its new Mobile Storage offering at CES 2019 in Las Vegas.  The ruggedized, in-vehicle storage solution is designed specifically for mobile and remote capture of video and other IoT sensor data. Quantum will host demonstrations and schedule meetings at the MGM Grand, Jan. 7-11, with partner AutonomouStuff.

 “Autonomous vehicle testing generates and captures massive amounts of data to be analysed in extremely short timeframes, and then preserved for long-term reference,” said Mark Pastor, Data Archive Product Director for Quantum. “With our Mobile Storage addition, Quantum delivers a comprehensive infrastructure for capturing, storing, managing, protecting and accessing petabytes or exabytes of test and development data, creating an efficient method for transferring data from the vehicle to the analysis and development environment.”

Quantum Mobile Storage is designed for environments such as autonomous vehicle development, where a test vehicle can generate several terabytes of video, image and sensor data each day. It automates the process of offloading data to a StorNext high-performance parallel file system. Quantum Mobile Storage enables a completely autonomous vehicle development workflow and has applications for other mobile storage environments such as rolling stock video on trains and buses, on-site video shoots, as well as military uses.

Available in a variety of capacity and performance models, Quantum Mobile Storage has been designed specifically for mobile capture of 10s of TBs of rich data such as video, LIDAR, and RADAR and for fast transport and automated upload to the data centre for analysis, editing, protection and archive.

CES is the world’s gathering place for the business of consumer technologies. Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), it attracts the world’s business leaders and pioneering thinkers.

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