Database System Requirements to Achieve Level 3+ Autonomous Driving
A McObject Webinar
Presented by McObject CEO and Co-founder, Steve Graves.
Real-time is not the same as real fast. Speed is not the most important metric for real-time systems like ADAS – deterministic response time is. Speedy response is desirable, but speed alone does not guarantee timely response from a database system. For the same reason that real-time operating systems are used for ADAS, a real-time database system is needed. This presentation will explain the difference between a real-time database system and conventional database systems.
Modern avionics and aircraft navigation systems, driver assistance systems, critical medical equipment and similar systems’ data management is complex, often non-interruptible and have strict requirements for timely execution. Those requirements are defined as real-time constraints on the systems’ temporal behavior. The eXtremeDB/rt pioneering design addresses those constraints through preserving the temporal validity of data and enforcing predictable execution of critical data transactions.
eXtremeDB/rt is the first and only deterministic embedded database management system for mission- and safety-critical hard real-time applications.
– Deterministic ACID-compliant transactions
– Adaptable real-time transaction managers
– No restrictions on execution patterns
– A highly configurable database kernel
– Broad RTOS support