Faster data transfer to speed future mobility innovation

Tsecond’s Bryck holds up to 1PB of data in a device the size of a brick. Could it shake up the AV and EV testing scene? By Megan Lampinen

With the move to electrification, connected services and automated driving functions, vehicles are incorporating more sensors and producing vast amounts of data. Automakers and tech companies can use this data to better understand how technology is working and adjust for safety, performance, convenience, etc. Vehicles under testing can produce many terabytes of data every day, but it’s not easy to effectively capture, store, and transfer it all.

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