Prakash Kartha

Prakash Kartha

Market Development, Transportation Solutions Division
Internet of Things Group (IOTG)
Prakash Kartha has spent the majority of his career as an automotive marketing leader and technologist. He is currently responsible for driving Intel’s Connected Car strategy into new areas such as 5G Vehicle-to-Everything, In-Vehicle Commerce and Advanced Telematics. He leads Intel’s efforts in the 5G Automotive Association (5GAA) and serves on the Board of Directors. Prior to his current role, Prakash spent four years owning Intel’s automotive market development efforts in Japan and Korea, launching Intel solutions with leading car makers.
Before joining Intel in 2011, Prakash spent 11 years with Freescale and Motorola leading global automotive software product and professional services teams.
Prakash received a Master of Science degree in Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech and an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin. He has co-authored four patents in embedded automotive technologies.
In his free time, Prakash is an avid traveler along with his wife and two sons, enjoys adventure sports, photography, and coaching his sons’ baseball and robotics teams.
Kids sit in the back of a minivan after their soccer game.

Architecting the Future of 5G Transportation for a Better Life and a Safer World

Cruising through my neighborhood the other day it really began to dawn on me what Intel CEO Brian Krzanich means when he says that cars are the next smartphones. As a minivan full of kids whizzed past me on the … Read more >

Intel IoT Ecosystem Converges on 5G Technology to Revolutionize Transportation

It’s truly an exciting time to work on transportation solutions. Building on decades of innovation, the Intel Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem is converging technology with ingenuity to create a new class of smart and connected transportation solutions. From advanced … Read more >

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Intel IoT Platform Paving the Road to the Car of the Future

Telematics offerings expand daily, both in number and capabilities. Driven by consumer demand for vehicles that extend the connected lifestyle, provide enhanced safety, and reduce environmental impact, the market for in-vehicle telematics is surging. The automotive industry is now the … Read more >