See Intel’s Autonomous Driving ‘Lab on Wheels’

As autonomous driving takes off, the world is paying attention. Strange-looking test cars are turning heads, and cars without drivers are becoming more common. Intel has a fleet of vehicles roaming the streets of Chandler, Ariz., as well as autonomous driving garages (“labs on wheels”) in Germany, Oregon and California. As an introduction to the labs, here are videos and a photo gallery showing the action around the Arizona site.

Videos from Intel’s Chandler lab

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  • A Look at Intel’s Chandler Autonomous Vehicle Lab in Arizona
    A Look at Intel’s Chandler Autonomous Vehicle Lab in Arizona
  • Intel’s Chandler Advanced Vehicle Lab (B-roll)
    Intel’s Chandler Advanced Vehicle Lab (B-roll)

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  • A Look at Intel’s Chandler Autonomous Vehicle Lab in Arizona
  • Intel’s Chandler Advanced Vehicle Lab (B-roll)

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Photos from Intel’s Chandler lab

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    Intel’s Nandini Sarkar, software lead for the Advanced Vehicle Lab in Chandler, Ariz., oversees data collection from cars at the lab in February 2017. Sensor-laden cars from the lab, part of the company’s Automated Driving Group, drive nearby streets collecting information to create so-called deep learning models that will provide data for future vehicles that will drive themselves. (Credit: Tim Herman/Intel Corporation)
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    Intel’s Yaman Awad, technical lead for the Advanced Vehicle Lab in Chandler, Ariz., poses in front of a Lincoln MKZ in February 2017. Sensor-laden cars from the lab, part of the company’s Automated Driving Group, drive nearby streets collecting information to create so-called deep learning models that will provide data for future vehicles that will drive themselves. (Credit: Tim Herman/Intel Corporation)
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    Intel Corporation’s Automated Driving Group manages the Advanced Vehicle Lab in Chandler, Ariz. The lab, shown in February 2017, equips Intel-owned vehicles with Intel processors, Intel architecture-powered servers, sensors, cameras, GPS, Lidar, and radar. Sensor-laden cars from the lab drive nearby streets collecting information to create so-called deep learning models that will provide data for future vehicles that will drive themselves. (Credit: Tim Herman/Intel Corporation)
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    Intel Corporation’s Automated Driving Group manages the Advanced Vehicle Lab in Chandler, Ariz. The lab, shown in February 2017, equips Intel-owned vehicles with Intel processors, Intel architecture-powered servers, sensors, cameras, GPS, Lidar, and radar. Sensor-laden cars from the lab drive nearby streets collecting information to create so-called deep learning models that will provide data for future vehicles that will drive themselves. (Credit: Tim Herman/Intel Corporation)
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    Lincoln MKZs are among the test cars used at Intel Corporation’s Chandler Advanced Vehicle Lab in Chandler, Ariz., in February 2017. Sensor-laden cars from the lab, part of the company’s Automated Driving Group, drive nearby collecting information to create so-called deep learning models that will provide data for future vehicles that will drive themselves. (Credit: Tim Herman/Intel Corporation)
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    Lincoln MKZs are among the test cars used at Intel Corporation’s Chandler Advanced Vehicle Lab in Chandler, Ariz., in February 2017. Sensor-laden cars from the lab, part of the company’s Automated Driving Group, drive nearby collecting information to create so-called deep learning models that will provide data for future vehicles that will drive themselves. (Credit: Tim Herman/Intel Corporation)
  • A row of Ford Fusion Hybrid data collection cars sit in the park
    A row of Ford Fusion Hybrid data collection cars sit in the parking lot at Intel Corporation’s Chandler Advanced Vehicle Lab in Chandler, Ariz., in February 2017. Sensor-laden cars from the lab, part of the company’s Automated Driving Group, drive nearby streets collecting information to create so-called deep learning models that will provide data for future vehicles that will drive themselves. (Credit: Tim Herman/Intel Corporation)
  • A row of Ford Fusion Hybrid data collection cars sit in the park
    A row of Ford Fusion Hybrid data collection cars sit in the parking lot at Intel Corporation’s Chandler Advanced Vehicle Lab in Chandler, Ariz., in February 2017. Sensor-laden cars from the lab, part of the company’s Automated Driving Group, drive nearby streets collecting information to create so-called deep learning models that will provide data for future vehicles that will drive themselves. (Credit: Tim Herman/Intel Corporation)

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Arizona Lab in the News

Recently Fox 10 News Phoenix stopped by to see how Intel is driving the pace of innovation in this exciting new industry. See the report from Fox 10 at “Chipmaker tests out driverless cars in Chandler.”

Press Kit:Autonomous Driving at Intel

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