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How an F1 team analyzed 18,000 channels of data per race

An F1 auto racing team takes in 18,000 channels of data per race. It needs a way to capture and analyze that data quickly and efficiently.

In this video, hear Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport’s head of IT describe how the team turned to Tibco Software for help with:

  • Live data
  • Data at rest
  • Data visualization

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