Press kit: Autonomous Driving

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Day 3

Autonomous Driving

  • Intel is building its own fleet of self-driving cars and showed two test vehicles at an investor event at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s Doug Davis, senior vice president and general manager of the Internet of Things Group, speaks to investors and media about Intel’s role in the autonomous vehicle market as part of Intel’s Investors Day events at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s Doug Davis, senior vice president and general manager of the Internet of Things Group, speaks to investors and media about Intel’s role in the autonomous vehicle market as part of Intel’s Investors Day events at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Jing Wang, senior vice president of Baidu and general manager of its autonomous driving unit, speaks with Intel’s Doug Davis, senior vice president and general manager of the Internet of Things Group, during an investor event at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s Diane Bryant, executive vice president and general manager of the Data Center Group, speaks to investors and media about the connection between the internet of things and the data center, including machine and deep learning solutions, as part of an investor event at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel is building its own fleet of self-driving cars and showed two test vehicles at an investor event at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s Diane Bryant, executive vice president and general manager of the Data Center Group, speaks to investors and media about the connection between the internet of things and the data center, including machine and deep learning solutions, as part of an investor event at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s Asha R. Keddy, vice president of the Client and Internet of Things Businesses and Systems Architecture Group and General Manager of Next Generation and Standards, speaks to investors and media about network needs and the evolution of 5G as part of an investor event at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s Doug Fisher, senior vice president and general manager of the Software and Services Group, speaks to investors and media about the software-enabled autonomous vehicles as part of an investor event at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel leaders discuss the future of autonomous vehicles during an investor event at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. They are (from left): Asha R. Keddy, vice president of the Client and Internet of Things Businesses and Systems Architecture Group and General Manager of Next Generation and Standards; Doug Davis, senior vice president and general manager of the Internet of Things Group; Diane Bryant, executive vice president and general manager of the Data Center Group; and Doug Fisher, senior vice president and general manager of the Software and Services Group. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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ISDF FPGA

  • Dan McNamara, corporate vice president and general manager of Intel’s Programmable Solutions Group, addresses the audience at the inaugural Intel SoC FPGA Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Schneider Electric’s chief technology officer Prith Banerjee highlights the value of Intel’s FPGAs and SoC FPGAs within Industrial IoT systems at the inaugural Intel SoC FPGA Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
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  • Brian Krzanich, Intel chief executive officer, and Dan McNamara (left), corporate vice president and general manager of Intel’s Programmable Solutions Group, address the audience at the inaugural Intel SoC FPGA Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Brian Krzanich, Intel chief executive officer, and Dan McNamara (left), corporate vice president and general manager of Intel’s Programmable Solutions Group, address the audience at the inaugural Intel SoC FPGA Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Brian Krzanich, Intel chief executive officer, and Dan McNamara (left), corporate vice president and general manager of Intel’s Programmable Solutions Group, address the audience at the inaugural Intel SoC FPGA Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Brian Krzanich, Intel chief executive officer, and Dan McNamara (left), corporate vice president and general manager of Intel’s Programmable Solutions Group, address the audience at the inaugural Intel SoC FPGA Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel chief executive officer Brian Krzanich displays the ISDF audience an Intel-branded 14nm Stratix 10 FPGA at the inaugural Intel SoC FPGA Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel chief executive officer Brian Krzanich displays the ISDF audience an Intel-branded 14nm Stratix 10 FPGA at the inaugural Intel SoC FPGA Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Brian Krzanich, Intel chief executive officer, and Schneider Electric’s chief technology officer Prith Banerjee (right) highlight the value of Intel’s FPGAs and SoC FPGAs within Industrial IoT systems at the inaugural Intel SoC FPGA Developer Forum in San Francisco on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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Day 2

Day 2 Keynote

  • Murthy Renduchintala, president of Intel’s Client and Internet of Things (IoT) Businesses and Systems Architecture Group, speaks at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. During his keynote, Renduchintala discussed the innovations that drive the next revolution in technology as we shift to a truly connected world. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Murthy Renduchintala, president of Intel’s Client and Internet of Things (IoT) Businesses and Systems Architecture Group, speaks at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. During his keynote, Renduchintala discussed the innovations that drive the next revolution in technology as we shift to a truly connected world. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Murthy Renduchintala, president of Intel’s Client and Internet of Things (IoT) Businesses and Systems Architecture Group, introduces Jonathan Shipman, executive vice president at Twitch, and Sonja Reid, of OMGitsfirefoxx, at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. During his keynote, Renduchintala spoke with Shipman and Reid about their needs for greater computing power in the livestreaming and gaming. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel Developer Forum participants watch as Murthy Renduchintala, president of Intel’s Client and Internet of Things (IoT) Businesses and Systems Architecture Group, speaks at the event in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. During his keynote, Renduchintala discussed the innovations that drive the next revolution in technology as we shift to a truly connected world. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel Developer Forum participants watch as Murthy Renduchintala, president of Intel’s Client and Internet of Things (IoT) Businesses and Systems Architecture Group, speaks at the event in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. During his keynote, Renduchintala discussed the innovations that drive the next revolution in technology as we shift to a truly connected world. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Murthy Renduchintala, president of Intel’s Client and Internet of Things (IoT) Businesses and Systems Architecture Group, introduces John Leonard, captain with the East Valley Fire Department in Arizona, at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. During his keynote, Renduchintala and Leonard discussed Intel’s role with Honeywell in a program to make firefighting safer. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Murthy Renduchintala (second from right), president of Intel’s Client and Internet of Things (IoT) Businesses and Systems Architecture Group, is joined by (from left) Tom Keathley, senior vice president at AT&T, Seize Onoe, chief technology officer at Docomo, John Gordon, chief digital officer at Current powered by GE, and high-tech journalist Stacey Higginbotham at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. During his keynote, Renduchintala and the group spoke about the importance of 5G in an increasingly connected world. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Murthy Renduchintala, president of Intel’s Client and Internet of Things (IoT) Businesses and Systems Architecture Group, is joined by high-tech journalist Stacey Higginbotham at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. During his keynote, Renduchintala and Higginbotham led a group conversation about the importance of 5G in an increasingly connected world. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Murthy Renduchintala, president of Intel’s Client and Internet of Things (IoT) Businesses and Systems Architecture Group, is joined by (from left) Tom Keathley, senior vice president at AT&T, Seize Onoe, chief technology officer at Docomo, and John Gordon, chief digital officer at Current powered by GE at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. During his keynote, Renduchintala and the group spoke about the importance of 5G in an increasingly connected world. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Diane M. Bryant, Intel executive vice president and general manager of its Data Center Group, speaks at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. During her keynote, Bryant spoke of the demand on connectivity in an increasingly connected world and announced the start of mass production of Intel Silicon Photonics. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Diane M. Bryant, Intel executive vice president and general manager of its Data Center Group, announces at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016, that the first Intel Silicon Photonics 100G optical transceivers are commercially available. During her keynote, Bryant spoke of the demand on connectivity in an increasingly connected world. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Diane M. Bryant, Intel executive vice president and general manager of its Data Center Group, announces at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016, that the first Intel Silicon Photonics 100G optical transceivers are commercially available. During her keynote, Bryant spoke of the demand on connectivity in an increasingly connected world. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Diane M. Bryant, Intel executive vice president and general manager of its Data Center Group, speaks with John Donovan, chief strategy officer and group president of AT&T Technology and Operations Group, at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. During her keynote address, Bryant and Donovan spoke of plans for Intel and AT&T to continue work on the future of 5G. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Diane M. Bryant, Intel executive vice president and general manager of its Data Center Group, introduces Slater Victoroff, CEO and founder of Indico, at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. During her keynote address, Bryant and Victoroff spoke of the challenges and different approaches to machine learning. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Diane M. Bryant, Intel executive vice president and general manager of its Data Center Group, speaks with John Donovan, chief strategy officer and group president of AT&T Technology and Operations Group, at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. During her keynote address, Bryant and Donovan spoke of plans for Intel and AT&T to continue work on the future of 5G. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Diane M. Bryant, Intel executive vice president and general manager of its Data Center Group, introduces Kushagra Vaid, general manager and cloud hardware engineer at Microsoft, at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. During her keynote address, Bryant and Vaid spoke of Microsoft’s success using Intel Silicon Photonics. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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Silicon Phototonics Imagery

  • Intel® Silicon Photonics 100G CWDM4 QSFP28 Optical Transceiver
  • Intel® Silicon Photonics 100G PSM4 QSFP28 Optical Transceiver
  • Intel Silicon Photonics Wafer

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Day 2 Expo

  • Intel’’s Ajith Illendula conducts a discussion about Intel’s new groundbreaking application security paradigm — Software Guard Extensions – at a Tech Chat Station at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Mahinder Gangi Reddy, of VMware Inc., enjoys a virtual reality game in the Virtual Code Battle VR Arena that uses Intel Software Development Tools at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Mahinder Gangi Reddy, of VMware Inc., enjoys a virtual reality game in the Virtual Code Battle VR Arena that uses Intel Software Development Tools at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Matthew Imel, of Merx Consulting, participates in a virtual reality gunfight game that uses Intel Software Development Tools at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s Madeleine Ong talks about Intel’s AscTec Falcon 8 drone during a demonstration at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • A ready-to-fly drone that uses Intel’s Aero Compute Board and RealSense technology is flown by Intel’s Jeff Lo during a demonstration at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • A ready-to-fly drone that uses Intel’s Aero Compute Board and RealSense technology is flown during a demonstration at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • A ready-to-fly drone that uses Intel’s Aero Compute Board and RealSense technology is flown during a demonstration at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Scott Boynton, with Canonical-Ubuntu, plays a virtual reality video game, powered by a notebook using an Intel CPU in a backpack, at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Scott Boynton (left) and Ron Bassett, both with Canonical-Ubuntu, play a virtual reality video game, powered by a notebook using an Intel CPU in a backpack, at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s Madeleine Ong talks about the Yuneec drone and its ability to avoid obstacles during a demonstration at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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Day 1

Day 1 Keynote

  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich displays an Intel RealSense camera at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, during his opening keynote presentation. His presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich displays an Intel RealSense camera at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, during his opening keynote presentation. His presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Musicians perform before the opening keynote using instruments based on Intel technology at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Musicians perform before the opening keynote using instruments based on Intel technology at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Musicians perform before the opening keynote using instruments based on Intel technology at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Musicians perform before the opening keynote using instruments based on Intel technology at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Musicians perform before the opening keynote using instruments based on Intel technology at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
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  • Musicians perform before the opening keynote using instruments based on Intel technology at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Musicians perform before the opening keynote using instruments based on Intel technology at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich welcomes thousands of developers to the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, with an opening keynote presentation. His presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich welcomes thousands of developers to the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, with an opening keynote presentation. His presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich welcomes thousands of developers to the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, with an opening keynote presentation. His presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich welcomes thousands of developers to the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, with an opening keynote presentation. His presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich welcomes thousands of developers to the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, with an opening keynote presentation. His presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich welcomes thousands of developers to the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, with an opening keynote presentation. His presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich welcomes thousands of developers to the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, with an opening keynote presentation. His presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich welcomes thousands of developers to the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, with an opening keynote presentation. His presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich welcomes thousands of developers to the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, with an opening keynote presentation. His presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich welcomes thousands of developers to the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, with an opening keynote presentation. His presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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Joule

  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich displays a Joule maker board at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, during his opening keynote presentation. His presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich displays a Joule maker board at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, during his opening keynote presentation. His presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s Diana Shea displays glasses that include the Joule maker board at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, during his opening keynote presentation. His presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s Diana Shea displays glasses that include the Joule maker board at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, during his opening keynote presentation. His presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s Diana Shea displays glasses that include the Joule maker board at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, during his opening keynote presentation. His presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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Project Alloy

  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s Craig Raymond displays the Project Alloy virtual reality headset during the Day 1 keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich’s keynote presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s Craig Raymond displays the Project Alloy virtual reality headset during the Day 1 keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich’s keynote presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s Craig Raymond displays the Project Alloy virtual reality headset during the Day 1 keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich’s keynote presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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Microsoft

  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich and Terry Myerson, Microsoft executive vice president, discuss new collaborations involving virtual reality software and hardware between Intel and Microsoft. Myerson joined Krzanich during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich and Terry Myerson, Microsoft executive vice president, discuss new collaborations involving virtual reality software and hardware between Intel and Microsoft. Myerson joined Krzanich during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich and Terry Myerson, Microsoft executive vice president, discuss new collaborations involving virtual reality software and hardware between Intel and Microsoft. Myerson joined Krzanich during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich and Terry Myerson, Microsoft executive vice president, discuss new collaborations involving virtual reality software and hardware between Intel and Microsoft. Myerson joined Krzanich during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich and Terry Myerson, Microsoft executive vice president, discuss new collaborations involving virtual reality software and hardware between Intel and Microsoft. Myerson joined Krzanich during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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BMW

  • Intel Ceo Brian Krzanich welcomes Elmar Frickenstein, leader of BMW Group’s autonomous driving, to the stage during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. Frickenstein arrived on stage in an autonomous BMW i3. Intel, BMW Group and Mobileye are working together to help build a fully autonomous vehicle for the market by 2020. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel Ceo Brian Krzanich welcomes Elmar Frickenstein, leader of BMW Group’s autonomous driving, to the stage during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. Frickenstein arrived on stage in an autonomous BMW i3. Intel, BMW Group and Mobileye are working together to help build a fully autonomous vehicle for the market by 2020. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel Ceo Brian Krzanich welcomes Elmar Frickenstein, leader of BMW Group’s autonomous driving, to the stage during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. Frickenstein arrived on stage in an autonomous BMW i3. Intel, BMW Group and Mobileye are working together to help build a fully autonomous vehicle for the market by 2020. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel Ceo Brian Krzanich welcomes Elmar Frickenstein, leader of BMW Group’s autonomous driving, to the stage during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. Frickenstein arrived on stage in an autonomous BMW i3. Intel, BMW Group and Mobileye are working together to help build a fully autonomous vehicle for the market by 2020. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel Ceo Brian Krzanich welcomes Elmar Frickenstein, leader of BMW Group’s autonomous driving, to the stage during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. Frickenstein arrived on stage in an autonomous BMW i3. Intel, BMW Group and Mobileye are working together to help build a fully autonomous vehicle for the market by 2020. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel Ceo Brian Krzanich welcomes Elmar Frickenstein, leader of BMW Group’s autonomous driving, to the stage during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. Frickenstein arrived on stage in an autonomous BMW i3. Intel, BMW Group and Mobileye are working together to help build a fully autonomous vehicle for the market by 2020. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel Ceo Brian Krzanich welcomes Elmar Frickenstein, leader of BMW Group’s autonomous driving, to the stage during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. Frickenstein arrived on stage in an autonomous BMW i3. Intel, BMW Group and Mobileye are working together to help build a fully autonomous vehicle for the market by 2020. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel Ceo Brian Krzanich welcomes Elmar Frickenstein, leader of BMW Group’s autonomous driving, to the stage during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. Frickenstein arrived on stage in an autonomous BMW i3. Intel, BMW Group and Mobileye are working together to help build a fully autonomous vehicle for the market by 2020. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel Ceo Brian Krzanich welcomes Elmar Frickenstein, leader of BMW Group’s autonomous driving, to the stage during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. Frickenstein arrived on stage in an autonomous BMW i3. Intel, BMW Group and Mobileye are working together to help build a fully autonomous vehicle for the market by 2020. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel Ceo Brian Krzanich welcomes Elmar Frickenstein, leader of BMW Group’s autonomous driving, to the stage during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. Frickenstein arrived on stage in an autonomous BMW i3. Intel, BMW Group and Mobileye are working together to help build a fully autonomous vehicle for the market by 2020. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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Drones

  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich displays a Yuneec Typhoon H drone during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich displays the Aero Ready To Fly drone — a fully-assembled quadcopter with compute board, integrated depth and vision capabilities using Intel RealSense Technology. Krzanich displayed the new quadcopter during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich displays the Aero Ready To Fly drone — a fully-assembled quadcopter with compute board, integrated depth and vision capabilities using Intel RealSense Technology. Krzanich displayed the new quadcopter during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich displays the Aero Ready To Fly drone — a fully-assembled quadcopter with compute board, integrated depth and vision capabilities using Intel RealSense Technology. Krzanich displayed the new quadcopter during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich displays the Aero Ready To Fly drone — a fully-assembled quadcopter with compute board, integrated depth and vision capabilities using Intel RealSense Technology. Krzanich displayed the new quadcopter during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich displays the Aero Ready To Fly drone — a fully-assembled quadcopter with compute board, integrated depth and vision capabilities using Intel RealSense Technology. Krzanich displayed the new quadcopter during his keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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Day 1 Expo

  • Attendees gather and move through the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s David Warberg displays Intel’s Replay Technologies powered by a Xeon processor at the Data Center Zone at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Greg Simpson (left) and Victoria Skelly, both with Wind River, inspect the features of the Bolt Motorbike on display inside the Technology Showcase at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Dmitry Ivanov, of Intel’s Perceptual Computing Division, flies the Aero Ready To Fly Drone during a demonstration at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. The robot uses Intel’s Joule module. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • DJ Christina Flamer (AKA Sounds By Christina) provides background music for attendees at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. The robot uses Intel’s Joule module. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • A robot running Intel Euclid technology is on display at the Tech Showcase at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. The robot uses Intel’s Joule module. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Attendees visit the booths at the Tech Showcase at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. The robot uses Intel’s Joule module. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Attendees move in and out of the Tech Showcase at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. The robot uses Intel’s Joule module. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Attendees walk through the Tech Showcase at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. The robot uses Intel’s Joule module. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Josh Rasmussen with Bolt Motorbikes sits on one of the company’s bikes at the Tech Showcase at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. Some of the Bolt machines are outfitted with Intel’s Wind River and Edison technology. (Source: Intel Corporation)
  • YM Han Han, with UniTest looks through a helmet heads-up display by EyeLights that utilizes Intel’s Joule module at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Brandon Baker (left) with Intel talks with Danny Pacheco with Zebra Technologies about the bartender robot made by VStone at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. The robot uses Intel’s Joule module. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • DJ Killa-Jewel works a turntable that is connected to an Intel NUC Mini PC at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s Nate Trent talks about Intel’s Aero Ready To Fly Drone during a demonstration at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Charles Johnson-Bey of Lockheed Martin experiences the game Virtual Code Battle at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Charles Johnson-Bey of Lockheed Martin experiences the game Virtual Code Battle at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Christian Jaenicke plays the virtual reality game Dead & Buried at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Uwe Erpel plays the virtual reality game Dead & Buried at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Kaelley Farnham of Keysight Technologies experiences the game Virtual Code Battle at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Kaelley Farnham of Keysight Technologies experiences the game Virtual Code Battle at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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