Airbiquity Partners with Teraki to Provide Over-the-Air Software and Data Management with Edge Data Processing
SEATTLE, Jan. 7, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Airbiquity®, a global leader in connected vehicle services, and Teraki, a technology leader in AI and edge processing, today announced the integration of Airbiquity’s OTAmaticTM over-the-air (OTA) software and data management offering with Teraki’s pre-processing data analytics capabilities providing automakers with an efficient and accurate solution for managing connected vehicles.
In order to power advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), vehicle-to-everything (V2X) integrations, and autonomous driving systems, connected vehicles are reliant on software, electronic control units (ECUs), sensors, microprocessors, and data analytics. Combined with the rising complexity of executing software update and data management campaigns for millions of vehicles simultaneously, automakers need a secure and highly scalable OTA solution with dynamically upgradable data analytics and the flexibility to balance cloud and in-vehicle data processing.
Airbiquity’s and Teraki’s solutions work in tandem to provide automakers the flexibility to conduct real-time data analytics in the vehicle or in the cloud. Through Teraki’s embedded pre-processing data analytics technology, OTAmatic users can process, store, and send 10 times more data compared with other technologies while achieving the highest accuracy levels in data analytics. Along with supporting a wide range of future use cases to increase vehicle performance and safety, this integration boosts consumer satisfaction with connected vehicles, autonomous vehicles, and new mobility services.
“OTAmatic is a powerful solution that enables comprehensive OTA services, including both software updates and dynamic data collection with the ability to remotely deliver new edge analytics modules to the vehicle,” said Keefe Leung, Airbiquity Director of Product Management. “Teraki provides a unique analytic module to the OTAmatic ecosystem that simultaneously increases data accuracy while reducing data volumes along with delivering edge algorithms for many advanced automotive use cases.”
“We see this integration of Teraki edge data analytics modules with Airbiquity’s OTAmatic ecosystem as yet another milestone for our company,” said Daniel Richart, CEO of Teraki. “Our customers can now see how our edge data analytics software can be installed, updated, and managed at high volumes. This proves that customers can easily deploy Teraki technology to power cost-effective, highly-accurate, and data-intensive applications such as predictive maintenance and crash detection—at scale—as well as other new AI-based models in the automotive market.”
Airbiquity® is a global leader in connected vehicle services and pioneer in the development and engineering of automotive telematics technology. At the forefront of automotive innovation, Airbiquity operates the industry’s most advanced cloud-based connected vehicle service delivery platform, Choreo™, and supports all leading use cases including over-the-air (OTA) software update and data management. Working with Airbiquity, automakers and automotive suppliers have deployed highly scalable, manageable, and secure connected vehicle service programs meeting the needs of their customers in over 60 countries around the world. Learn more about Airbiquity at www.airbiquity.com or join the conversation @Airbiquity. Airbiquity is a trademark of Airbiquity Inc.
Teraki provides breakthrough edge data processing software to meet the exploding data demands of the $395 billion automotive electronics industry. The company’s AI-based Intelligent Signal Processing software delivers a more than 10X increase in automotive chip, communications and learning performance. This makes highly accurate AI applications possible at scale and in embedded environments. These leaps in performance enable the automotive industry to develop new, innovative and cost-effective ways to use the vast amount of data generated by in-vehicle sensors and control units (ECUs, MCUs, TCUs) to improve vehicle safety and autonomy at lower operational costs. Teraki has completed several pre-production validations by premium automotive manufacturers, as well as successful integrations on a variety of microcontrollers. Headquartered in Berlin, Teraki is privately held and funded with investments from Paladin Capital Group, GPS Ventures GmbH and Deutsche Telekom hub:raum.