Intel’s Automotive Solutions Division demos progress in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, discussing the technology and reference platforms used.
Vehicle data can deliver untold safety and convenience benefits, so Intel is advancing scalable intelligent car security to ultra-small devices.
Vehicle data can deliver untold safety and convenience benefits, but advancing intelligent car security is crucial; so Intel explores security that scales to ultra-small devices to manage critical systems and advance embedded devices.完整视图 >
To fully realize the opportunities of next-generation ADAS technology, the car will require more computing muscle.
Collaboration will be the engine that drives the transformation as car makers nurture relationships with the right technology companies that bring track records of experience addressing these key challenges from compute to security.
Intel’s Automotive Solutions Division GM Elliot Garbus discusses the role of IoT in making driving safer and saving automakers money with AutoBeat.
AutoBeat Insider interviews Intel’s Automotive Solutions Division General Manager Elliot Garbus about the role of the Internet of Things in the automotive industry, including how IoT can make driving safer, train drivers, and save money.完整视图 >
Introducing the Ford Mobii* prototype, a car and smartphone app combining interior cameras with car sensor data for better driving experiences.
White Paper: This paper discusses security vulnerabilities and potential solutions for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). (v.1, Jan. 2015)
White Paper: Discusses security vulnerabilities and solutions for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). ADAS architecture is introduced with two threats: (1) lane departure and (2) cruise control, and concluding with solutions. (v.1, Jan. 2015)
Video: Intel® In-Vehicle Solutions include hardware, OS, and pre-validated automotive middleware to simplify design. (v.3.7, May 2014)