As companies race towards completely autonomous vehicles; data processing, data analysis and telematics will make the difference between victory and defeat.
With breakthroughs in AI infrastructure and machine learning (ML), the amount of data that can be processed instantaneously is increasing exponentially.
As telematics monitor the vehicle as a whole, using AI and ML will increase the accuracy of the insights distilled from the data that is produced and analysed.
In today’s world speed is everything, and there’s no time for data bottlenecks; AI infrastructures must be engineered to efficiently process data.
In the automotive sector this is critical not only for the safety of passengers, but also so that data scientists can focus on data to bring autonomous vehicles to the roads, and not designing and building the infrastructure itself.
5G will accelerate the speed of data processing, enabling greater accuracy, and faster response times for telematics in autonomous vehicles.
In doing so, companies will be better able to take advantage of advances in technologies like AI and deep learning, which have the potential to transform what we can discern from data.
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