Toyota, Intel and other companies formed a consortium that will deal with big data the connected car
Automaker Toyota Motor, chipmaker Intel and others, representatives of the two industries formed a consortium, which will create a ecosystem for big data related to the operation of the connected car. About this recently reported, Toyota.
The Association, called the Automotive Edge Computing Consortium, also includes Ericsson, Denso and NTT DoCoMo.
The data in question, the consortium members plan to use for creating maps in real-time, driver assistance systems and self-driving cars, based on cloud technology.
The movement of smart vehicles is accompanied by generation and consumption of huge amount of data. Toyota’s forecast, by 2025 the flow of data between the cloud and the cars will reach 10 exabytes per month. This is 10 000 times more than the current figure.