Intel Drives Automotive Technology ResearchAutomotive research developed by Intel explores how technology will enable the new experiences in which the cars we own will know who we are and adapt to us, ease the burden of driving and help us get to our destinations more safely and efficiently. The new Personal Vehicle Experience Research Project is intended to understand the joys and pain points that people experience when using their cars. It aims to uncover what people want from their cars and how cars can be more adaptive, predictive and interact with drivers and its surroundings. Intel also understands that safety is paramount to the future of driving. The Secure My Connected Car Research Project from Intel is working to understand the challenges and threat landscape of a connected car. The project showcases the potential vulnerability of the car’s telematics system and shows how memory protection can defend critical in-vehicle hardware and software. This technology can then be paired with McAfee whitelisting technology from Intel Security to fully secure the connected car. Ethnographers, anthropologists and engineers at Intel are working on a variety of research projects aimed at making roads safer and gaining knowledge about the safest and most intuitive way for drivers to interact with their vehicles. Advanced sensing, computation, and interconnected data will revolutionize the way people travel and connect with each other. Intel Invests in Automotive In 2012, Intel established the $100 million Intel Capital Connected Car Fund to accelerate the automotive industry transition to seamless connectivity between the vehicle and consumer electronic devices, as well as drive new technologies that will enable future autonomous driving capabilities. The latest investment from the Intel fund goes to ZMP*, developers of an autonomous driving platform and vehicles connected with sensors, radars and cameras, which will be critical to the future of driving. Additional automotive investments that have been made by Intel Capital include CloudMade*, provider of data aggregation and cloud connectivity necessary for future IVI solutions; Mocana*, which delivers security to the IVI platform with a mobile app-shielding solution; and Tobii Technology*, which applies perceptual computing technology to advanced driver assistance applications. Collaborates with the Automotive Ecosystem Consumer demand is reshaping the automotive supply chain and automakers need to keep pace with technology innovation. Intel is investing to ensure that the technology is available to deliver the in-vehicle experiences consumers want today, as well as help the car evolve to better inform, assist and eventually assume control.
To that end, Intel announced it will work with its subsidiary Wind River*, as well as with Green Hills Software*, Mobica*, Symphony Teleca*, QNX, and XSe*, to offer solutions and services to automakers adopting Intel In-Vehicle Solutions to ensure they can quickly deliver customized solutions to the market place.Intel continues to align with automakers on various research development efforts and Intel technology is used in BMW’s Navigation System Professional* for all its vehicle models, the Infiniti InTouch* infotainment system in the Infiniti Q50* and the Driver Information System* in the all-new 2015 Hyundai Genesis*. About Intel Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) is a world leader in computing innovation. The company designs and builds the essential technologies that serve as the foundation for the world’s computing devices. As a leader in corporate responsibility and sustainability, Intel also manufactures the world’s first commercially available “conflict-free” microprocessors. Additional information about Intel is available at newsroom.intel.com and blogs.intel.com, and about Intel’s conflict-free efforts at conflictfree.intel.com. Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the United States and other countries. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others. 1Preliminary interviews by Intel with industry experts and customers suggest that Intel® In-Vehicle Solutions technology may save approximately 1 year or more in IVI system development time and reduce costs as much as 50 percent. Nothing in this document should be interpreted as either a promise of or contract for a given level of cost.