„Big Data“ refers to the processing and analysis of comprehensive data volumes, originating from different sources. Tasks and processes, comprised in this term, have developed to a globally affecting megatrend that has an enormous impact on the entire industry but particularly on the automotive industry.
With the increase of sensors, installed in the vehicle, and their degree of connection, more and more data is generated. In the context of highly automated drivind, Car2X communication and the Internet of Things, the car is increasingly perceived as a single sensor. For efficiently using the abundance of data, an intelligent selection of the relevant data and their targeted evaluation is of great importance. This consolidation enables a fast transfer to a backend or the further processing via higher-grade functions.
An example for such an intelligent data evaluation is the indirect tire pressure monitoring DDS+. Existing data, such as the signal of the wheel speed sensors, are used for generating information about the tire pressure. Other applications of this kind are friction coefficient estimates, street classification or wheel dismantling detection, where loosening wheel nuts are detected.
If existing vehicle data is consolidated in this way, generated information can be provided promptly and uncomplicated to other users in a cloud environment. Hence, great value added potential is created which can be exploited by means of instruments as data mining.
CES can help you exploit the possibilities provided in the context of data mining. With our long-term experience in series development of intelligent functions for data evaluation, such as DDS+, we are the ideal partner for the development of integrated solutions for the automotive industry and beyond.
An Excerpt of Our Development Services
Function development for consolidating relevant data
Development of Cloud-based functions for example for the collection of fleet data or intelligent diagnosis functions
Creation of the infrastructure, necessary for transfer
Supply of Telematic Systems