BMW Group, Intel And Mobileye To Bring Self-Driving Cars By 2021

Posted: Jul 4 2016, 6:38pm CDT | by , Updated: Jul 5 2016, 10:41pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye to Bring Self-Driving Cars on Road by 2021
  • BMW and Intel Join Hands to bring iNext Autonomous in year 2021

The year 2021 will see a fully functioning BMW Autonomous car.

BMW has collaborated with Intel and Mobileye in order to bring revolution in terms of transport. These three companies will collaborate towards getting autonomous cars on the road. These three companies will work toward getting everything right from door locks to data center. All of these are making sure that the next generation cars with all the facilities are available by 2021 for everyone to use.

The self-driving automobiles are supposed to make driving better and safer for many. It will also bring a round of comfort and ease while driving which was never seen before. The integrated intelligence by Intel and Mobileye and auto technology by BMW is going to make sure that we get this futuristic concept on board in a few years. These companies will make sure that all the technology used in these self-driving vehicles have the best kind of features.

The aim of this technology is to provide pure comfort and leisure time to one while driving. It will not only take the hands of one, off from steering vehicle but will also help one to take off his or her eyes from road too. Along with that one will be able to take their mind off driving too thus getting the pure and pleasure of comfort while driving. This will only be done if these cars will be future proofed and have the best autonomous technology installed in them.

The heads of these companies stated in a recent press conference that this technology will become a reality in the coming few years. People will surely feel more safe and relaxed while going anywhere as their cars will be fully automated in all senses.

“Today marks an important milestone for the automotive industry as we enter a world of new mobility. Together with BMW Group and Intel, Mobileye is laying the groundwork for the technology of future mobility that enables fully autonomous driving to become a reality within the next few years,” said Mobileye Co-Founder, Chairman and CTO Professor Amnon Shashua.

“Mobileye is proud to contribute our expertise in sensing, localization, and driver policy to enable fully autonomous driving in this cooperation. The processing of sensing, like our capabilities to understand the driving scene through a single camera already, will be deployed on Mobileye’s latest system-on-chip, the EyeQ®5, and the collaborative development of fusion algorithms will be deployed on Intel computing platforms. In addition, Mobileye Road Experience Management (REM) technology will provide real-time precise localization and model the driving scene to essentially support fully autonomous driving.”

“Highly autonomous cars and everything they connect to will require powerful and reliable electronic brains to make them smart enough to navigate traffic and avoid accidents,” said Intel CEO Brian Krzanich.

“This partnership between BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye will help us to quickly deliver on our vision to reinvent the driving experience. We bring a broad set of in-vehicle and cloud computing, connectivity, safety and security, and machine-learning assets to this collaboration enabling a truly end to end solution.”

“At the BMW Group we always strive for technological leadership. This partnership underscores our Strategy Number ONE > NEXT to shape the individual mobility of the future,” stated Harald Krüger, Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG.

“Following our investment in high definition live map technology at HERE, the combined expertise of Intel, Mobileye and the BMW Group will deliver the next core building block to bring fully automated driving technology to the street. We have already showcased such groundbreaking solutions in our VISION NEXT 100 vehicle concepts. With this technological leap forward, we are offering our customers a whole new level of sheer driving pleasure whilst pioneering new concepts for premium mobility.”

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