Intel Advances Role of IoT in Automated Driving

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  1. HardOCP News

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    Addressing a gathering of automotive experts at the inaugural session of the Automobility conference in Detroit this week, Kathy Winter, the new general manager of the Automated Driving Solutions Division at Intel Corporation, spoke on the role of the internet of things (IoT) in reimagining transportation. She was part of the panel “Design: The Car and the City” that examined the challenges and opportunities in the future of transportation and how it will affect cities. Panelists with backgrounds in technology, academia and transportation examined the topic through the lens of innovation, government regulations and human expression. Winter, who previously led Delphi Automotive’s Electronics and Safety Division, pointed out that the growing demand for autonomous vehicles and smart cities will exponentially increase the complexity of computing that will be needed for end-to-end connected systems.
     
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    A woman in charge eh? I see all of the sensor cameras being faced towards the driver, or automatically focussing on anything that has tits anywhere in the cabin for the ultimate selfie experience.