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Fast Facts: The Site

The Intel Automotive Innovation and Product Development Center in Karlsruhe serves as Intel's global center of competence for the development of solutions for in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) and telematics solutions. The Karlsruhe site is part of the Transportation Solutions Division within the Internet of Things Group, and the Autonomous Driving Solutions Division within the Autonomous Driving Group.

Additionally, the site is designed to accommodate automotive system-level development requirements and features a unique secured car park to house pre-announced cars from automakers. The building was also retrofitted to be static free for production unit testing and features satellite, TV, FM, GPS and digital video broadcasting capabilities, all needed to fully develop, operate and test complete IVI systems.

Focus of Development

In-vehicle infotainment (IVI): The focus of engineering and product development is on in-vehicle infotainment systems. IVI systems encompass a variety of digital applications that can be used by drivers and passengers inside a vehicle, including internal connectivity, navigation, location-based services, external communications and rear-seat entertainment.

The engineering team also works closely with automobile manufacturers and suppliers of IVI systems to accelerate the development of IVI systems using Intel® architecture and explore how technology can enable new experiences in the car for both drivers and passengers. Intel is also a founding member of the GENIVI Alliance industry association, which advances the extensive introduction of open source development platforms for in-vehicle infotainment.

Telematics: Intel develops platforms and products for networked monitoring electronics and telematics solutions in commercial vehicles. These are becoming increasingly important for vehicle manufacturers, transport companies, and bus services in order to transmit digital information to and from vehicles that are on the move.

In addition to the work at the Karlsruhe site, Intel is exploring ways to increase safety on the roadways and railways. Existing applications include intelligent roads that use laser measurement devices and special cameras to measure the tire profile of vehicles during travel and provide drivers with a warning notification, and intelligent street lighting that uses Intel technology to improve energy efficiency.

Cool stuff at Intel Germany—Karlsruhe

In addition to our many benefits and programs, employees get a bunch of other perks! Here's some cool stuff that makes Intel in Karlsruhe a great place to work.

  • Free fruit and drinks
  • Great Place to Work company events
  • Healthcare programs for employees
  • Massage chairs/onsite massage services
  • Gaming consoles, TV & table football

Caring for our planet and inspiring the next generation

Our passionate commitment to innovation, and sustainable business practices is what drives us in our ongoing quest for ever-more energy efficient products, and a smaller ecological footprint. Intel Labs Munich (ILBR) works in cooperation with the Technical University of Munich and has academic relationships with numerous universities throughout Europe.

Intel is helping to transform the lives of millions through education. For over a decade, we've been working with countries, communities, and schools worldwide to bring the resources and solutions needed for advancing education. We collaborate with governments, policy-makers, and local vendors to turn their vision into reality.

Over the past decade, Intel and the Intel Foundation have invested more than USD 1 billion to improve education globally, partnering with educators, governments, and other companies to develop a range of transformative programs and technology solutions.