Intel CEO Brian Krzanich (from left), Mobileye co-founder Amnon Shashua and Klaus Fröhlich of BMW Group discuss a BMW prototype at the BMW Group news conference. The BMW Group, Intel, and Mobileye on Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2017, announced that a fleet of about 40 autonomous test vehicles will be tested on the roads by the second half of 2017.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich (from left), Mobileye co-founder Amnon Shashua and Klaus Fröhlich of BMW Group discuss a BMW prototype at the BMW Group news conference. The BMW Group, Intel, and Mobileye on Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2017, announced that a fleet of about 40 autonomous test vehicles will be tested on the roads by the second half of 2017.

The automotive industry is on the cusp of a technological revolution that is set to have tremendous social, cultural and economic effects on our lives. Self-driving vehicles, which seemed like figments of our imagination even five years ago, can decrease accidents and save human lives. They can save the U.S. economy $121 billion a year in wasted time and fuel, and offer unprecedented levels of mobility to the elderly and disabled.

Delivering on this promise will require the full depth and breadth of Intel’s portfolio and expertise.

To meet the needs of the auto industry, Intel has developed a platform solution that spans both hardware and software for Advanced Driver Assisted Systems (ADAS),  Software Defined Cockpits and the heavy compute capabilities required for the fully autonomous cars of tomorrow. These solutions include scalable compute architectures stretching from the Atom to Xeon processors, coupled with capabilities in vision processing, 5G, cloud, machine learning and security. This allows automakers the freedom to realize their unique IP, provide experiences to consumers not yet imagined, and deliver the ability to securely update their platforms with new algorithms and features over the lifetime of the vehicle. The Intel advantage is a consistent architecture that the industry can work with that scales literally from a developer’s laptop to the data center.

A proven partner for automakers and suppliers, Intel has booked more than $1 Billion worth of design win revenue in the past 12 months. The company also has 49 design wins with leading global car manufacturers including BMW, Daimler, Hyundai, Infiniti, Jaguar XF, Kia, Lexus, Mini Cooper, Rolls Royce, Toyota, Tesla and others.

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