Intel’s Automotive Solutions Division demos progress in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, discussing the technology and reference platforms used.
Charge car anywhere project uses Ericsson networking, Volvo, and the Intel® IVI Reference Design for a fully connected, metered electric vehicle.
Charge car anywhere project uses Ericsson networking, Volvo, and the Intel® IVI Reference Design for a fully connected, metered electric vehicle.Full View >
The Intel® Atom™ processor Z3770 Xperience enables high resolution display, tablet and pc gaming, great battery life, wireless capabilities, and more.
Elliot Garbus discusses Intel's work in evolving automotive innovations to create new experiences, integrate connectivity, and deliver more safety.
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.Full View >
Internet of Things Solutions Group discusses how Infiniti InTouch* informs, assists and entertains the driver and passengers in the car.
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.Full View >
Animation: Intelligent systems in retail include interactive point-of-sale terminals, digital signs, and security surveillance. (v.1, Jan. 2013)
Animation: A fictional IT consultant explains the benefits of intelligent systems in retail, including point-of-sale terminals and digital signs for greater customer interaction, and security surveillance for company peace of mind. (v.1, Jan. 2013)Full View >