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AutoSens in Detroit announces full agenda

AutoSens attracts a global audience of automotive engineers

Speakers from Cadence, Intel, NVidia and ST Microelectronics are set to be among the major highlights at the AutoSens automotive sensor exhibition due to be held in Detroit from 22 to 25 May 2017.

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Intel sees Elaine Chao appointment as “exciting opportunity”

Intel senior vice president Doug Davis

Intel has welcomed the appointment of Elaine Chao as US secretary of transportation, describing it as “an exciting opportunity” for industry and government to work together to foster US leadership in self-driving cars and smart infrastructure.

“The automotive and transportation industries are on the cusp of a major transformation,” said Doug Davis, Intel’s senior vice president and manager of its automated driving group.

BMW, Intel and Mobileye partner on autonomous vehicle technology

BMW, Intel and Mobileye work together on autonomous vehicle technology

BMW, Intel and Mobileye are joining forces to make self-driving vehicles and future mobility concepts a reality. The three leaders from the automotive, technology, computer vision and machine learning industries are collaborating to bring fully automated driving into production by 2021.

Intel helps Red Bull add excitement to X-Fighters

Tom Pages of France performs during the finals of the third stage of the Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour at the Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas in Madrid. Photo: Joerg Mitter. Copyright: Red Bull.

Intel and Red Bull announced plans this week to bring more excitement to the annual Red Bull X-Fighters freestyle motocross competition by offering athletes and audiences new insights into the feats of sportsmanship performed at the event.

Red Bull will use Intel technology to bring new data about the athletes’ performance to screens in real time. The data give the audience a new perspective on the athletes’ performance and represent important information for coaches and athletes to optimise their training.

Intel sets up body to tackle automotive cyber-security

Intel white paper on automotive security best practices

Intel has set up an automotive security review board (ASRB) to help mitigate cyber-security risks associated with connected vehicles while encouraging technological progression and innovation.

The board will encompass top security industry talent across the globe with particular areas of expertise in cyber-physical systems. The ASRB researchers will perform on-going security tests and audits intended to codify best practices and design recommendations for advanced cyber-security products to benefit the automobile industry and drivers.

Intel launches hardware and software in quest for autonomous vehicles

IVS module from Intel

To accelerate innovation towards autonomous vehicles, Intel announced today the availability of a family of hardware and software products called In-Vehicle Solutions (IVS), as well as additional investments and technology research aimed at helping the car evolve to inform, assist and eventually

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