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BMW, Intel, Mobileye lay groundwork for self-driving car

BMW, Intel, Mobileye lay groundwork for self-driving car Automaker BMW, chipmaker Intel, and vision systems developer Mobileye are ready to announce a collaboration aimed at ushering in a self-driving car within five years.The world’s premier automakers see individual driver assist technologies today, and self-driving within the decade, to be potential differentiators.

First self-driving Japanese car: 2017 Nissan Serena with ProPilot

First self-driving Japanese car: 2017 Nissan Serena with ProPilot The 2017 Nissan Serena minivan will be the first Japanese car with autonomous driving.The Nissan ProPilot system provides self-driving at speeds suited for Japanese roads, between 30 and 100 kph, or 19 to 62 mph.

Why self-driving cars are drawing ever closer — except from Apple

Why self-driving cars are drawing ever closer — except from Apple Uber announced it’s about to start testing self-driving cars in Pittsburgh.Uber this week plans to begin a limited test in Pittsburgh of self-driving cars that will pick up and chauffeur passengers.

Your next car may be the most powerful computer you own

Your next car may be the most powerful computer you own Increasingly, though, new cars are powerful computing platforms — and starting to pack more compute power than laptops and even desktops.Coupled with an internal monitor, the result would be a more aerodynamic profile for the car, especially helpful for range-hungry electric vehicles.

Imagination’s I6500 CPU adds heterogeneous compute, multi-clustering, will power self-driving cars

Imagination’s I6500 CPU adds heterogeneous compute, multi-clustering, will power self-driving cars It’s been nearly four years since Imagination Technologies acquired MIPS Technologies, the developers of the MIPS architecture.The I6500 could change that, and the core has already been tapped to drive the future (pun-intended) of self-driving car technology.

Tesla declares victory on self-driving car hardware, announces full autonomous capability

Tesla declares victory on self-driving car hardware, announces full autonomous capability But to fulfill Tesla’s promise of full Level 5 capability, eventually it will need to be able to get you door to door.The fine print in Tesla’s announcement reveals that cars with the new hardware will actually have less features for now (and that’s expected to start changing in December).

Chips, ahoy: Intel joins Delphi-Mobileye self-driving collaboration

Chips, ahoy: Intel joins Delphi-Mobileye self-driving collaboration This week Intel joined Delphi and Mobileye in a partnership that would produce the sensor components and autonomous driving software, some of it embedded on Intel chips, that would let automakers create self-driving cars.The self-drive technology package would be turned over to automakers in 2019, with the expectation vehicles would go on sale a year or two later.

Hands-off the steering wheel with a Delphi-Mobileye autonomous test-drive

Hands-off the steering wheel with a Delphi-Mobileye autonomous test-drive And this is 4-5 years before we’re likely to see the first self-driving cars offered for sale.Still, most autonomous vehicles being tested drive like your grandfather: They’re painfully slow.