Automotive and Transportation Policy

Intel public policy: How Intel promotes innovation worldwide

Intel converts vast amounts of data into meaningful and actionable knowledge to help solve automotive safety, transportation efficiency and infrastructure challenges. We develop innovations including autonomous vehicle (AV) technology, “smart” fleet management and intelligent transportation infrastructure. We collaborate with automakers, ecosystem suppliers, academia and cities worldwide to bring the benefits of these innovations to our society.

Intel Proposes Process to
Make U.S. a Global Leader
in Automated Driving Systems

Intel Proposes Process to
Make U.S. a Global Leader
in Automated Driving Systems

In a recent interview about autonomous vehicle (AV) technology, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg said, “The truth is, technology has been developing maybe faster than policy in this regard.”

Read Jack Weast's blog

Autonomous Vehicles and
“Vision Zero” at The Future of
Transport Conference 2021

Autonomous Vehicles and
“Vision Zero” at The Future of
Transport Conference 2021

Imagine a world where no road deaths are acceptable, where drivers and passengers are safer than ever before and where automotive technologies and regulations have progressed so far as to reduce road deaths to almost zero. In the European Union, this is called “Vision Zero.”

Read Pierre-Olivier Millette's blog

Through its subsidiary Mobileye, Intel is a key stakeholder in the development of AV technology. AV technology can transform personal mobility and transportation of goods by improving roadway safety, helping reduce vehicle crashes, and offering broader mobility access to the elderly and people with disabilities. AV technology also provides numerous environmental benefits, including decreased emissions and reduced traffic congestion.

Intel is a market leader in automation systems for driver assistance, with over 60 million vehicles on the road around the world today. This foundation of leadership in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) makes Intel uniquely knowledgeable about the life-saving capability of vehicle automation technologies. Through our Mobileye division, Intel will be a global leader in the delivery of self-driving systems. We are positioned to make autonomous driving a reality. We have the collective depth and breadth of experience, talent, technology and resources to deliver safe and scalable AV solutions.

Mobileye's approach integrates Road Experience Management™ (REM™) AV mapping technology, the Responsibility-Sensitive Safety (RSS) model, and two independent sensing subsystems based on world-leading camera, radar and lidar technologies. This trinity of innovations enables an AV that is orders of magnitude more capable than human drivers. 

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Ideas and perspectives promoting a thriving innovation economy from Intel’s public policy team.