Intel Research Drives Automotive Innovation
From connected cars to autonomous driving—convenience and safety lead the way
The future of driving is being molded by technology, and Intel is using research, investments, and new products to help our partners shape the future driving experience. Research projects include:
- Advanced sensing technology
- Increased safety and efficiency of transportation
- The situational-aware car
Cars that recognize the driver
Ford and Intel are researching how drivers interact with technology in the car and how to make that interaction more intuitive and predictive. "Mobile Interior Imaging" (Mobii*) uses existing interior cameras and sensors to enable new applications such as driver authentication, and using your smart phone to remotely look inside your car.
Seeing through the storm
Intel is collaborating with researchers from Carnegie Mellon University to develop smart headlights that may someday improve road safety by making precipitation invisible to drivers at night.
Personal vehicle experience
What if your car knew who was inside, what their tastes are, understood the conversations going on in the car, and then, perhaps, made recommendations based on that information?
Advancing security in the intelligent car
Research conducted by Intel and the University of Darmstadt is an important step forward in securing today’s increasingly intelligent car. Intel is committed to helping its automotive partners advance automobile safety and convenience.
Imagine a world without accidents
What if cars could share data with each other about their position and velocity and use predictive models to calculate the safest routes for everyone on the road?
The future of car safety
Researchers at Intel Labs are paving the road to a crash-free future with cars that communicate with each other.
Intel Labs show how computer technologies can watch a driver’s eyes or measure their brain activity to understand how well they’re doing behind the wheel.
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Intel and the Internet of Things (IoT)
IoT starts with secure intelligence >