BMW has plans in motion to put the Amazon Web Service (AWS) cloud software to use. For netizens familiar with the automobile industry, this might not sound like new since the two firms are already working together. However, this update to their collaboration brings data from autonomous vehicles into the picture.
With the rise in the need for autonomous vehicles in the automobile industry, BMW seems to be stepping up its game. The plans in motion aim to show off its functionality in the coming years with future electric vehicles. Equipped with the AWS cloud storage, BMW will be able to store data that is necessary for the operation of its autonomous driving software.
The said data will be sourced from various areas such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and so on. Amazon’s cloud storage service will help the German automobile manufacturer step up the volume of autonomous driving data they can store. This will help improve the learning ability and improvement of this software, making it more functional for users around the world.
Autonomous driving on BMW vehicles will see improvements with this Amazon Web Service deal
The new deal between BMW and Amazon Web Service is going to improve autonomous driving in different ways. BMW is already working on its Neue Klasse platform that will launch soon on the brand’s EV entries. This platform will integrate the Amazon Web Service (AWS) cloud software to improve autonomous driving.
With this platform and BMW’s next-generation advanced driver-assist system (ADAS), fans will see great improvement. These improvements will brush up the performance of the BMW autonomous driving platform. Future vehicles using this platform will process much more vehicle data than the current models can at a time.
This will enable these coming BMW vehicles to deliver a better autonomous driving experience. Prospective buyers of the electric vehicles that’d launch with this system would be able to use both Level 2 and Level 3 autonomous driving systems. Certainly, driving these vehicles would not only be fun and engaging but also safe and relaxing.
Things such as adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, and other features drivers use would get notably better. With more cloud storage thanks to the Amazon Web Service (AWS) cloud, software engineers would be able to provide necessary improvements to vehicles once needed. Vehicles that would bring these improvements would come in 2025 as the reports point out.