Monthly Archives: October 2014

Intel Labs’ Orion Races In-Vehicle Infotainment Onto the IoT

My colleague Ignacio Alvarez, Research Scientist, Systems Prototyping & Infrastructure, Intel Labs, works closely with software and hardware engineers, user experience researchers, and designers to prototype concepts in the field of intelligent transportation. In his blog post below, Ignacio writes … Read more >

Accelerating the Adoption of Web Technologies in the Automotive Industry

The mass market for self-driving vehicles hasn’t yet arrived. But as automakers continue to integrate in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), and race down the path toward autonomous driving, there is no doubt that automotive cockpits are becoming increasingly defined by software. Data … Read more >

New Smart Energy Program Helps Maximize Profit and Efficiency

The need for smart energy management has never been more urgent: 66% of the world’s energy is consumed by cities, and by 2025, 37 cities worldwide will have a population of more than 10 million people! Energy companies have been … Read more >

Quick Q & A: Safer Highways, Smarter Cities, and Fewer Traffic Jams

It’s fascinating to think about how innovations in transportation, including the trend toward Internet of Things implementations, can enhance the quality of life for people across the globe. Indeed, technology can help us address significant challenges around really important aspects … Read more >