Leaders from the automotive, technology and computer vision, and machine learning industries collaborate to bring solutions for automated driving into series production by 2021.
At Intel's annual developer conference, senior executives mapped out the company's autonomous driving vision. The session outlined the business opportunity, headlined Intel's end-to-end technology assets and nodded to its investment strategy.
We believe there is incredible opportunity to reinvent the driving experience, but it will take a global ecosystem for this vision to come to fruition. Today we are taking the first step in this reinvention as we announce our partnership with the BMW Group and Mobileye to power the next generation of BMW’s Highly Autonomous Driving and Fully Autonomous Driving products.
Building the next-generation car begins with data. Intel is leading the way in capturing it, analyzing it, and using it to improve all types of vehicles.
There are few aspects of our lives not touched by our vehicles. Intel is conducting and aiding a wide array of research and development into making driving better.
Telematics is changing everything from large-scale trucking operations to private auto insurance. Intel is helping speed the development of these new solutions.
David Mellers talks about the collaboration between Intel and the University of Michigan's Solar Car team in the World Solar Challenge, where teams use the Internet of Things to push the boundaries of automobiles.
Part 1 of 2. Experience a concept demonstration featuring a home and vehicle that sense, respond, and enhance security, enabling a custom, intuitive environment to seamlessly move from home to vehicle. (January 2016)
Part 2 of 2. Experience a concept demonstration featuring a home and vehicle that sense, respond, and enhance security, enabling a custom, intuitive environment to navigate trips, send alerts and stay in sync with the home. (January 2016)
Intel’s Automotive Solutions Division GM Elliot Garbus discusses the role of IoT in making driving safer and saving automakers money with AutoBeat.
Elliot Garbus discusses Intel's work in evolving automotive innovations to create new experiences, integrate connectivity, and deliver more safety.
Vehicle data can deliver untold safety and convenience benefits, so Intel is advancing scalable intelligent car security to ultra-small devices.
Devra Networks delivers a secure, reliable IoT vehicle solution for usage-based insurance with advanced connected telematics from an On-Board Diagnostic II* device, powered by the Intel® Atom™ x3 SoC.
Collaboration will be the engine that drives the transformation as car makers nurture relationships with the right technology companies that bring track records of experience addressing these key challenges from compute to security. Together with these technology partners, the most competitive automakers will lead the way in defining the future of the industry—and the driving experience.
See how autonomous driving solutions enable safer, more productive, and enjoyable travel with 360-degree sensors and more.
Discusses how the automotive and technology industries are coming together to transform and develop tomorrow's car, an entirely new kind of safer, smarter, more secure, and self-driving vehicle with radical new capabilities.
Discusses security vulnerabilities and solutions for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). ADAS architecture is introduced with two threats: (1) lane departure and (2) cruise control, and concluding with solutions. (v.1, Jan. 2015)
Virtualization technology developed by Green Hills Software* and Intel including a powerful in-vehicle solution based on a tight interworking between hardware and software helps automakers comply with safety standards. (v.1, Jun. 2015)