Renovo Solves the Challenge of Managing Huge Automotive Data Sets

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A new press release states, “Renovo, the global autonomous vehicle software company, today announced the launch of Insight—a data management and orchestration platform for developing autonomous and ADAS products. Insight offers AV/ADAS companies an edge over their competition, allowing them to develop features faster and decreasing their time to market. Insight enables automotive companies to quickly index and tag unstructured data from their development fleets, query the most important insights, and automatically deliver them to distributed engineering teams ten times faster than any other approach. Insight is designed to empower companies that are addressing the massive current economic opportunities of a global ADAS market, which is expected to hit $70.4 billion in 2024, and a wider AV industry projected to reach a massive $800 billion in 2035.”

The release continues, “Currently, managing the enormous amounts of data generated by these vehicles is a struggle. Individual vehicles can generate terabytes of data every day. It can take days or even weeks for critical information needed by developers and data scientists to be identified and made available. Insight speeds up this cycle by sorting, tagging and delivering a company’s most critical data to whomever needs it most—in just minutes. Insight represents a data revolution for AV/ADAS development, one that is estimated to ultimately save more than 580,000 lives between 2035 and 2045. ‘With Insight, we’ve been able to create a solution that addresses the challenges of vehicle and AI data management at scale for the automotive industry,’ said Chris Heiser, Renovo CEO. ‘Insight will enable AV/ADAS development teams to quickly leverage key data points, enabling their companies to compete with the market faster and with the most advanced features’.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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