Developing Autonomous Vehicles with End-to-End Solutions from dSPACE on Microsoft Azure

December 07, 2020

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Developing Autonomous Vehicles with End-to-End Solutions from dSPACE on Microsoft Azure

dSPACE to offer ADAS/AD solutions on the Microsoft cloud computing platform Azure.

dSPACE will offer customers its comprehensive solutions for data-driven development of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving (AD) on the Microsoft cloud computing platform Azure. dSPACE will work with Microsoft to offer research and development engineers in the automotive industry an ideal end-to-end solution.

dSPACE will address the development of ADAS/AD in regard to capturing large volumes of data to generating simulated scenarios to analyze behaviors, and more, by collaborating with Microsoft. dSPACE offers end-to-end solutions for the complete ADAS/AD simulation and validation process, including data logging, data enrichment, advanced simulation models, and data management software. This offering is complemented by the Microsoft cloud platform that allows businesses to innovate while meeting their security, privacy, and compliance requirements. 

This approach is designed to achieve an integrated end-to-end solution for data-driven development, allowing automotive OEMs and suppliers to focus on algorithm development to meet their time-to-market project goals.

For more information, visit: https://www.dspace.com/en/inc/home/news/dspace_pressroom/press/autonomous_cars_with_dspace.cfm?nv=nb#144_57177_1

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