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2018 CES: Things to Look for from Intel on Day 2

 

Volocopter News Conference
Location: Central Plaza (CP-33) – Volocopter Tent
Time: 8 a.m. Jan. 10
About: Intel and Volocopter will showcase to media the Volocopter*, a fully electric, vertical takeoff and landing aircraft designed for passenger transport.
Experience the Power of Data
Performed by: HÄANA, musician and Pablo Gnecco, visualization
Location: Intel Booth – LVCC, Central Hall South at #100048
Time: 11:30 a.m. Jan. 10
About: An immersive visual experience that uses real-time data to create an impressive motion graphic based on Intel’s event strategy for CES 2018. Using a live musical performance by violinist HÄANA as a data source, video graphics will bring the narrative to life and illustrate the power of data to create and transform amazing experience.
Safety and the Autonomous Vehicle
Presenter: Professor Shai Shalev-Shwartz, VP of Technology, Mobileye, an Intel Company
Location: Intel Booth – LVCC, Central Hall South at #100048
Time: 12:30 p.m. Jan. 10
About: Intel is dedicated to ensuring autonomous vehicles continue to make the roads safer and save lives.
Without a doubt, autonomous cars will be much better drivers than humans. They’ll have a 360-degree view and the ability to precisely detect the speed and distance of other nearby people and objects. Our research suggests self-driving cars can be engineered in a way that cuts the fatality rate by 99.9 percent – three orders of magnitude safer than today’s human-driven cars. Learn how Mobileye’s Responsibility Sensitive Safety model can help make this a reality.  
Reimagining the Ride
Presenters: Jack Weast, senior principal engineer, chief systems architect, Autonomous Driving Group, Intel
Matt Yurdana, Director, Internet of Things Experience Group, Intel
Location: Intel Booth – LVCC, Central Hall South at #100048
Time: 3:15 p.m. Jan. 10
About: This session will offer a dialogue on building consumer trust and awareness of Intel in AD. Real-life video footage will give the audience a unique perspective that allows them to experience trust – i.e., a view out the front window of the self-driving car projected on a screen, props to mimic the “devices” within the vehicle that may communicate with the passengers and real audio of the vehicle talking back to the rider. The conversation will include how this will impact and support the currently disenfranchised, such as the elderly or disabled.
Intel Shooting Star Drones Show
Location: The Fountains of Bellagio (outside Bellagio Resort & Casino at the intersection of Flamingo Road and the Las Vegas Strip)
Time: 8:00 p.m.* and 10:00 p.m.* Jan. 10
About: Intel® Shooting Star™ drones set to dazzle audiences for the first time on the Las Vegas Strip.

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