March 15th Oakland University – Challenges in Architecting Data Capture WorkFlows 🗓


Challenges in Architecting Data Capture WorkFlows
March 15 @ 18:00 – 19:30 EDT
Co-sponsored by: Prof. Subramaniam Ganesan & Education Society SE Michigan chapter

We continue our tech activities for the year with a How To architect industrial strength data file systems

Dealing with a Data Deluge

Anthony Tocco from Quantum plans to educate the audience on the concerns and challenges that are created in design, technology, engineering and IT departments when it comes to current industry challenges – such as ones faced by people working in the ADAS (Automated Driver Asisstance Systems) field. As a matter of fact – this applies to all sorts of Big Data workflows. The formal definition of a workflow ≈ End to End technical process from data collection, which involves processing, analyzing and then retaining the data.

By showing industry recording devices and explaining the use cases we will demonstrate how the end user can overcome the technical issues. We will provide a working example that all attendees can identify with.

Following this there will a general discussion, Q&A and update on the current state of landscape (recent major annoucenments will be also shared)

Speaker(s): Tony,


6:00 PM – Welcome and Introductions, Chapter business update, Pizza

6:15 PM – Main Presentation: Data storage file systems workflows

7:30 PM – Post event discussion, Q&A and landscape update

7:45 PM – Wrap Up

7:45 to 8 PM – Networking

Room: EC 254
Bldg: Engineering Center
146 Library Drive
Oakland University
Rochester, Michigan