Besides presenting partnerships and collaborations with car industry giants such as BMW, Hyundai, Infiniti and Kia, Intel develops a range of in-vehicle technologies.
As one of the main issues of the connected car is cyber security, Intel created The Automotive Security Review Board (ASRB) that will conduct research and collaborate around ways to improve automotive security products and technology.
Once secured, Intel intends to deliver high-quality compute and consolidated components, solutions and technology to automakers that deliver visual and immersive in-vehicle infotainment systems (IVI) and fully personalized, realistic digital instruments. At the moment Intel has been developing in-vehicle products:
- Compute modules: automotive platform with integrated middleware to simplify, accelerate and reduce the cost of delivering innovative in-vehicle technologies – e.g. Intel Atom processor;
- Software foundation: e.g. Linux based platform
- Development kit: application ready IVI platforms that include a compute module, chassis and thermal solution, automotive middleware and development tools to quickly bring up IVI systems.