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.

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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)


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Jack 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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