Images: If You Can Drive in Jerusalem You Can Drive (Almost) Anywhere

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Photo 1: The Intel Mobileye Autonomous Garage in Jerusalem is the home for testing of the first cars in a 100-vehicle fleet. Intel and Mobileye, an Intel Company, announced on May 17, 2018, that they are testing the first cars in a 100-car autonomous vehicle fleet on the streets of Jerusalem to demonstrate Intel’s approach to making safe autonomous driving a reality. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 2: The first of the IntelMobileye 100 car fleet hits the road in Jerusalem in May 2018. Intel and Mobileye, an Intel Company, announced on May 17, 2018, that they are testing the first cars in a 100-car autonomous vehicle fleet on the streets of Jerusalem to demonstrate Intel’s approach to making safe autonomous driving a reality. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 3: Discretely mounted, the 12 cameras offer a 360-degree configuration for long-range surround view and parking in the Intel Mobileye autonomous car. Intel and Mobileye, an Intel Company, announced on May 17, 2018, that they are testing the first cars in a 100-car autonomous vehicle fleet on the streets of Jerusalem to demonstrate Intel’s approach to making safe autonomous driving a reality. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 4: The Intel Mobileye autonomous car is equipped with 12 cameras to create a comprehensive end-to-end solution. Intel and Mobileye, an Intel Company, announced on May 17, 2018, that they are testing the first cars in a 100-car autonomous vehicle fleet on the streets of Jerusalem to demonstrate Intel’s approach to making safe autonomous driving a reality. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 5: Discretely mounted, the 12 cameras offer a 360-degree configuration for long-range surround view and parking in the Intel Mobileye autonomous car. Intel and Mobileye, an Intel Company, announced on May 17, 2018, that they are testing the first cars in a 100-car autonomous vehicle fleet on the streets of Jerusalem to demonstrate Intel’s approach to making safe autonomous driving a reality. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 6: The Intel Mobileye autonomous car is equipped with 12 cameras to create a comprehensive end-to-end solution. Intel and Mobileye, an Intel Company, announced on May 17, 2018, that they are testing the first cars in a 100-car autonomous vehicle fleet on the streets of Jerusalem to demonstrate Intel’s approach to making safe autonomous driving a reality. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 7: The Intel Mobileye autonomous car is equipped with 12 cameras to create a comprehensive end-to-end solution. Intel and Mobileye, an Intel Company, announced on May 17, 2018, that they are testing the first cars in a 100-car autonomous vehicle fleet on the streets of Jerusalem to demonstrate Intel’s approach to making safe autonomous driving a reality. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 8: The Intel Mobileye autonomous car is equipped with 12 cameras to create a comprehensive end-to-end solution. Intel and Mobileye, an Intel Company, announced on May 17, 2018, that they are testing the first cars in a 100-car autonomous vehicle fleet on the streets of Jerusalem to demonstrate Intel’s approach to making safe autonomous driving a reality. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 9: Mobileye headquarters in Jerusalem, Israel. Intel and Mobileye, an Intel Company, announced on May 17, 2018, that they are testing the first cars in a 100-car autonomous vehicle fleet on the streets of Jerusalem to demonstrate Intel’s approach to making safe autonomous driving a reality. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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