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  • mobileye.automotiveIT
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    Mobileye: “Autonomous driving needs transparent criteria”

    2018-03-28T19:18:00Z

    At Mobileye, now part of Intel, CEO Amnon Shashua talks about standardizing data to better analyze for autonomous driving.

  • Here.automotiveIT
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    Bosch, Continental buy stakes in Here mapping company

    2018-01-04T12:45:16Z

    Digital mapping technology can offer vital information for future autonomous vehicles (Photo: Here) Robert Bosch and Continental, two of the world's biggest automotive suppliers, are each buying a 5 pc stake in location and digital mapping specialist Here. The two German companies are buying their stakes from Here's main ...

  • toyota.automotiveIT
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    Toyota in partnership to handle connected-car data

    2017-09-05T14:05:03Z

    Automotive data traffic is expected to grow 10,000 times in the next 8 years (Photo: Denso) Toyota Motor has formed a partnership with Denso, Ericsson, Intel and NTT to better handle the huge data volumes that are expected to move in and out of tomorrow's cars. The carmaker also ...

  • wind river.automotiveIT
    Article

    Wind River leads “rolling lab” autonomous-driving test in Ohio

    2017-06-07T18:32:40Z

    The Ohio project aims to speed up development of key autonomous-driving technologies (Photo: Wind River) Wind River will lead a project to test connected and autonomous vehicle technologies and speed up development in a key focus area for the auto industry. The embedded-software unit of chipmaker Intel said it ...

  • renault.automotiveIT
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    Renault plans to buy embedded software unit from Intel

    2017-05-25T12:20:25Z

    Renault and other carmakers need embedded software to develop autonomous vehicles (Photo: Renault) Renault plans to acquire a French R&D division from Intel, giving the French carmaker deeper expertise in key digital technologies. The R&D unit specializes in embedded software, which is important for the development of connected and ...

  • intel.automotiveIT
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    Intel to acquire Mobileye

    2017-03-13T16:57:20Z

    In July, 2016, BMW, Intel and Mobileye top executives announced they would cooperate on an autonomous-driving platform (Photo: Intel) Intel has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Mobileye, giving the California-based chip maker a stronger position in the automotive technology sector. Intel said it plans to acquire the sensor ...

  • here.automotiveIT
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    Here maps to help Baidu expand outside China

    2017-01-16T14:54:00Z

    Maps are considered a key building block for autonomous-driving systems (Photo: Here) Here will provide map content to Baidu to help the Chinese internet company grow its mapping business outside its home market. Here already provides content to Baidu Maps' desktop and mobile services in southeast Asia. The new ...

  • intel.automotiveIT
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    Intel forms automated driving unit

    2016-12-01T08:46:11Z

    Intel showed its automated-driving technology during the LA Auto Show (Photo: Intel) Intel has formed a separate automated driving unit that will focus on next-generation driver assistance systems and autonomous-driving technologies. The chipmaker's Automated Driving Group (ADG), which aims to boost Intel's share of a fast-growing new mobility market, ...

  • intel.automotiveIT
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    At Intel, a greater focus on autonomous driving

    2016-11-16T12:28:23Z

    Krzanich, speaking at the LA auto show, said "data is the new currency of the automotive world" (Photo: Intel) Intel will spend an additional 250 million dlrs on automotive technology, as the US company targets a potential high-growth market for its core semiconductor business. In a keynote address at ...

  • 5g.automotiveIT
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    Automakers join forces to develop 5G connectivity

    2016-10-07T15:23:37Z

    (Photo: Volkswagen Group) Three German automakers have joined forces with telecommunications and IT companies to accelerate the commercial availability of 5G mobile connectivity. The automakers - Audi, BMW and Daimler - have formed the "5G Automotive Association" together with Ericsson, Huawei, Intel, Nokia and Qualcomm. The group's aim is ...