Subaru and Dell team up for next-gen driver assist tech.

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  • Subaru partners with Dell Technologies to enhance driver safety through AI technology
  • Dell PowerScale storage systems help Subaru store and manage a vast amount of data for AI development

In a collaboration aimed at improving driver safety, Subaru Corporation has teamed up with Dell Technologies to leverage the power of AI and high-performance storage. Subaru’s development of next-generation EyeSight Driver Assist Technology is being propelled by Dell PowerScale network attached storage systems, enabling Subaru to store, manage, and use a significant amount of data for their AI initiatives. Through the SUBARU Lab, established in 2020 and powered by Dell PowerScale systems, Subaru can now store approximately 1,000 times more files than with previous platforms, improving AI image analysis and enhancing driver safety measures.

The EyeSight Driver Assist Technology, featured in over 5.5-million Subaru vehicles, uses stereo camera technology to provide features such as pre-collision braking and adaptive cruise control, contributing to the preventive safety performance of Subaru vehicles. The collaboration with Dell Technologies allows Subaru to advance their AI initiatives and improve the reliability of their vehicles while contributing to overall road safety.

Dell PowerScale, known for its flexibility, security, and efficiency, enables Subaru to tier data to lower-cost storage options across various cloud environments. This allows for quick data retrieval and drive AI image analysis, enhancing Subaru’s ability to scale and utilize data effectively across multiple locations.

Subaru Corporation, focused on “Delivering Happiness to All,” aims to enrich lives by providing enjoyment and peace of mind through their products and services. Meanwhile, Dell Technologies is dedicated to helping organizations and individuals build their digital future and transform the way they work, live, and play through innovative technology solutions.

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