When cars drive themselves, our roads become safer, less congested, and more accessible to everyone. Intel is powering the new ecosystem that will make fully autonomous driving possible. From high-performance compute in the vehicle, to reliable connectivity to the cloud, to a data center that continuously improves driving models, Intel is accelerating the path to the future of transportation.
Voice recognition, heads-up displays, and self-parking systems are just some of the marks of the modern car. The latest Intel® processors and platforms, development tools, connectivity solutions, and investments in research can lower the cost and complexity of deploying new in-vehicle experiences across fleets and brands.
From car to cloud and the connectivity in between, Intel® GO™ automotive solutions deliver incredibly scalable and sophisticated technologies to accelerate time to market. They include high-performance in-vehicle development platforms, software development tools, a 5G-ready platform for advanced connectivity, and robust technologies for the data center.
Intel believes there is incredible opportunity to reinvent the driving experience, but it will take a global ecosystem for this vision to come to fruition. Intel’s partnership with BMW Group and computer vision leader Mobileye is an important step in realizing the next generation of BMW’s highly and fully autonomous driving platforms.
Green Hills Software* and Intel partnered to develop virtualization technology that will help consolidate workloads for in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), ADAS, and other features. This technology will also help automakers comply with safety standards while allowing for more simplified in-vehicle compute solutions.
Report: When autonomous driving turns drivers into passengers, a huge opportunity for new goods and services is unveiled–Intel calls this the passenger economy.
The latest Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are reshaping the way we interact with the world while on the road. See how Intel® technology helps vehicles sense danger and respond to their environment in a way that enhances both the safety and satisfaction of drivers and passengers.
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