Futurist: Intel announced this week that one of its subsidiaries will launch an automated taxi service next year in Munich and Tel Aviv and unveil a new self-driving car for the job. This step is crucial in the development of the company's automated driving technology.
Intel made this announcement at the IAA Mobility 2021 event in Munich. The Intel Mobileye Auto Driving Subset has unveiled its new six-passenger automatic for service in 2022. Dubbed the AVKIT58, the vehicle is equipped with Mobileye's EyeQ5's eight lower oil slides, which is possible for Level 4 and Level 5 driving automation, which You are likely to operate without a safe driver at the wheel. They chose Germany because it was the first country to allow Level 4 cars on its roads. This app works based on map data collected from Mobileye's Road Experience Management.
Intel operates vehicles under the Moovit brand - a subsidiary technology of transportation. In Germany, they will also work with the local carrier Sixt. Customers using the Mobileye Taxi service can order travel through the Moovit app or the Sixt mobile apps. The use of Lidar, along with cameras, to train self-driving vehicles and make them aware of their surroundings, contrasts with Tesla's approach, which includes AI video training.
The IAA Mobility event is part of Germany's largest international motor show dedicated to the future of transportation. This technology covers the future for things like cars, bikes, and urban planning. Although the IAA Mobility event covers issues such as sustainability and the environment, it was met with protests from defendants at the Green Wash event.
Intel announces self-service taxi service in Munich and Tel Aviv