Step into your vehicle. Imagine a ride with the road trip co-pilot of your dreams. Feel the cool breeze of the AC caressing your skin even though you haven’t touched the controls; your co-pilot knows your exact temperature preferences. Sink into your seat cushion and relax. Do you hear the music softly playing in the background? Your co-pilot knows your favorite songs by heart and queued them up the moment they saw you approach. That’s the beauty of experiencing a ride with Intel IoT.
Intel IoT: The Ultimate Co-pilot for Connected Driving
Technology advancements in the car not only help you park, but enhanced vehicle awareness also heightens driver safety. With Intel’s commitment in advancing automotive innovations like blind spot assistance or alerts that track driver drowsiness, IoT is making driving simpler, and safer.
Intel IoT Brings Self-Driving Cars to the Road Faster
When your car and everything around it is connected, communicating, and responding, cars that drive themselves will be here sooner than you think. The Intel IoT Platform, is helping pave the way to fully connected driving. Here’s what your drive looks like when your vehicle includes Intel IoT technology.
Intel IoT and Big Data Drive Self-Driving Car Innovations
Self-driving cars generate, receive, and analyze more than 1 gigabit of data each second. From cameras that capture visual data to lidar (remote sensing technology that measures distance with lasers) to automated machine decision making, self-driving cars will have to manage it all – safely and in real-time. With Intel IoT technology, the robust performance required for real-time data capture and analytics is built in from the silicon up. Meanwhile, here’s how sensors with multifaceted security features from Intel Security help protect your car and data against threats.
And Intel continues to work on new ideas and concepts with automakers around the world. With RealSense technology, proof-of-concept vehicles such as the Jaguar Land Rover with RealSense can now recognize your face and gestures for keyless entry. They can also adapt to your personalized settings, as Doug Davis recently wrote about on this blog. Between in-car features and connected capabilities that are now possible with Intel technologies, it’s an exciting time to be a part of the automotive evolution. Buckle your seatbelts, the onramp to connected driving with Intel IoT is fast approaching. Get ready to experience a fantastic ride.
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