Autonomous Driving

The single most important factor driving our autonomous future is data – how to process, manage, move, share, store, analyze and learn from it. This challenge is not confined to the car; tackling it will require the full depth and breadth of Intel’s portfolio, spanning the car, connectivity, and the cloud. The Intel advantage is a consistent architecture that the industry can work with that scales from a developer’s laptop to the data center.

By working with our partners, collaborating with world-renowned research teams, and employing some of the foremost experts in a broad range of technologies, we are preparing the industry for the amazing future of transportation to unlock the power of data.

Intel @ POLITICOTech

Saving lives. That’s what drives the Intel team daily to engineer perfection.

The road to self-driving cars is still being paved, but Intel believes that guaranteeing safety, building consumer trust and ensuring accessibility is required to unleash the potential of a driverless future. With humans removed from the driving equation, we have the potential to save 1.25 million lives globally.

The public sector and industry leaders are collaborating to identify standards and policies that will both enable the safety of autonomous vehicles and help spur innovation while overcoming engineering challenges.

EVENT: 5:45 p.m. EDT (2:45 p.m. PDT), Thursday, April 19, 2018: Intel at #POLITICOTech: Safety in the Driverless Age (Livestream)

MORE CONTEXT:

  • Overview: Safety in the Driverless Age
  • Responsibility-Sensitive Safety: A Mathematical Model for Autonomous Vehicle Safety
  • Mobileye: News about Mobileye, an Intel Company
  • POLITICO: #POLITICOTech Website

Intel Politico Jack WeastJack Weast, Intel Corporation chief safety architect, opens a conversation with policy makers and influencers in Washington, D.C., about the demands for safety in the driverless age. Weast spoke at a POLITICO event on Thursday, April 19, 2018, that included leading industry experts who explored how the public sector and private industry can collaborate to unleash the potential of the driverless future. (Credit: Lisa Nipp/POLITICO)
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Latest News
  • Following Tragic Accident, a Personal Connection to Building Autonomous Cars (4/10/2018)
  • Experience Counts, Particularly in Safety-Critical Areas (3/26/2018)
  • Ride-Share Fleets to Map Cities around the World through Mobileye 8 Connect (1/10/2018)
  • ADAS Partnerships and Products Propel the Drive Toward Full Autonomy (1/9/2018)
  • Mobileye and NavInfo to Bring REM Localization to China (1/9/2018)
  • Functional Safety will Protect Passengers in Autonomous Cars (Intel iQ, 11/17/2017)
  • Intel and Mobileye Offer Formula to Prove Safety of Autonomous Vehicles (10/17/2017)
  • Doug Davis on the Road Ahead for US Leadership in Autonomous Vehicles (Doug Davis, 9/29/2017)
  • Waymo and Intel Collaborate on Self-Driving Car Technology (9/18/2017)
  • When Will You Be Ready to Get in a Driverless Car? (Jack Weast, 8/24/2017)
  • Trust and Autonomous Driving: What will It Take (Intel iQ, 8/24/2017)
  • Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to Join BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye in Developing Autonomous Driving Platform (8/16/2017)
  • Intel Kick-Starts Mobileye Integration with Plans to Build Fleet of 100 L4 Autonomous Test Cars (8/9/2017)
  • Intel Completes Tender Offer for Mobileye (8/8/2017)
  • Report: Intel Inside New Audi Autonomous Car System (7/25/2017)
  • Intel Predicts Autonomous Driving Will Spur New ‘Passenger Economy’ Worth $7 Trillion (6/1/2017)
Autonomous Driving Levels

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Our Progress
  • Intel and Mobileye Autonomous Driving Solutions
  • BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye Announce Delphi as a Development Partner and System Integrator for their Autonomous Driving Platform (5/16/2017)
  • Intel Unveils Latest Autonomous Driving Lab in Silicon Valley (5/3/2017)
  • 2017 Autonomous Driving Workshop (5/3/2017)
  • Intel to Acquire Mobileye (3/13/2017)
  • See Intel’s Autonomous Driving ‘Lab on Wheels’ (2/24/2017)
  • BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye Will Have Autonomous Test Vehicles on the Roads by the Second Half of 2017 (1/4/2017)
  • Intel Kicks Off CES 2017 with VR, Automated Driving, 5G News and Experiences (1/4/2017)
  • Spanning Car, Connectivity and Cloud, Intel GO Platforms Lead the Way in Automated Driving (Doug Davis, 1/4/2017)
  • Intel Accelerates the Future with World’s First Global 5G Modem (Aicha Evans, 1/4/2017)
  • CPUs, FPGAs and Software Come Together at CES to Bolster Automated Driving (Dan McNamara, 1/4/2017)
  • Intel to Acquire 15 Percent Ownership of HERE (1/3/2017)
  • Welcoming a New Leader for Intel’s IoT Business and Elevating Our Automated Driving Efforts (Murthy Renduchintala, 11/29/2016)
  • Intel Announces $250 Million Investment for Autonomous Driving (11/15/2016)
  • Intel Capital Announces $38M of New Investments in 12 Technology Startups to Kick Off Global Summit (10/24/2016)
  • Kathy Winter Advances Role of IoT in Automated Driving (10/14/2016)
  • Telecommunications and Automotive Players Form Global Cross-industry 5G Automotive Association (9/27/2016)
  • Intel Accelerates Autonomous Driving Vision at IDF Investor Day (8/18/2016)
  • Bridget Karlin on Intel’s Autonomous Driving Vision (8/5/2016)
  • BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye Team Up to Bring Fully Autonomous Driving to Streets by 2021 (7/1/2016)
Our Perspective
  • Autonomous Driving is Today’s Biggest Game Changer (Brian Krzanich, 11/29/2017)
  • Paving the Way Toward Safer Roads for All (Amnon Shashua, 11/28/2017)
  • Passengers Have a Lot to Say About Self-Driving Cars – We Should Listen (Kathy Winter, 10/18/2017)
  • The Road to Our Driverless Future Runs Straight Through the City (Kathy Winter, 7/24/2017)
  • Meet the Leader of Intel’s Silicon Valley Autonomous Vehicle Lab (Kathy Winter, 7/6/2017)
  • Driverless Cars Need Assorted Processors, Like Golfers Need Many Clubs (Kathy Winter, 5/10/2017)
  • Intel Will Succeed in Autonomous Driving. I Bet My Career on It. (Doug Davis, 5/3/2017)
  • For Self-Driving Cars, There’s Big Meaning Behind One Big Number: 4 Terabytes (Kathy Winter, 4/14/2017)
  • Intel Drives Innovation in the Autonomous Driving and Industrial Markets (Riccardo Mariani, 3/8/2017)
  • What Do ‘Superheroes,’ Driverless Cars and 5G Have in Common? (Kathy Winter, 3/2/2017)
  • What a Broken Ankle Taught Me about the Potential of Self-Driving Cars (Kathy Winter, 2/9/2017)
  • Intel Looks Forward to Working with Secretary Chao to Accelerate Autonomous Driving (Doug Davis, 2/3/2017)
  • Data is the New Oil in the Future of Automated Driving (Brian Krzanich, 11/15/2016)
  • Brian Krzanich: The Future of Autonomous Driving Starts Today (Brian Krzanich, 7/1/2016)
Mobileye
  • Mobileye News
  • News Coverage of Mobileye
  • Prof. Amnon Shashua Talks & Interviews
Autonomous Driving Resources
  • Mobileye EyeQ5 Offers Better Deep Learning Performance Efficiency Than NVIDIA’s Xavier
  • The 6 Levels of Autonomous Driving Automation
  • The Next Era of Driving
  • 5G: The Communications Key to Autonomous Driving
  • Autonomous Cars: The Road Ahead
  • Intel Go Automated Driving Solutions
  • Intel — On The Road To Autonomous Driving Infographic
  • Intel Go Automated Driving Solutions
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  • Trust and Autonomous Driving: Test Drives
  • The 'Passenger Economy' is Coming Fast
  • Intel's Role in the Future of Autonomous Driving
  • Intel, BMW Group and Mobileye Accelerate Automated Driving
  • Intel Takes the Wheel in Automated Driving
  • See What the Self-Driving Car 'Sees' with 5G
  • 2017 Autonomous Driving Workshop
  • Chandler Autonomous Driving “Lab on Wheels”
  • Autonomous Driving at 2017 Mobile World Congress
  • Autonomous Driving at 2017 CES
  • Autonomous Driving at 2016 AI Day
  • Autonomous Driving at 2016 AutoMobility LA
  • Autonomous Driving at 2016 IDF Investor Day
Autonomous Driving at 2018 CES
  • Ride-Share Fleets to Map Cities around the World through Mobileye 8 Connect
  • ADAS Partnerships and Products Propel the Drive Toward Full Autonomy
  • Mobileye and NavInfo to Bring REM Localization to China
  • Intel and Mobileye Autonomous Driving Solutions

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  • Amnon Shashua Delivers Mobileye Press Conf. at CES 2018
  • 2018 CES: Mobileye 8 Connect – Innovative ADAS for Smart Cities
  • 2018 CES: Responsibility Sensitive Safety–a Mathematical Model to Autonomous Vehicle Safety
  • 2018 CES: Purpose-Built Autonomous Driving Software and Hardware: Intel + ME Solutions
  • 2018 CES: Autonomous Driving Software Built to Sense, Plan and Act
  • 2018 CES: Autonomous Driving Engineered for Safety with RSS
  • 2018 CES: Autonomous Driving Car-to-Cloud Mapping with REM
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