California-based chip maker, Intel is planning to create its own fleet of self-driving cars. In an attempt to expand this, the company has created a new organization called Automated Driving Group (ADG), in collaboration with two Autonomous Driving Group – Mobileye and Delphi.
As per the company claims, the ADG will take care of the next-gen advanced driver assist systems and autonomous driving solutions. Now, Doug Davis along with the assistance of Kathy Winter will lead the new Automated Driving Group (ADG). Before joining Intel, Kathy was vice president of software and services for automated driving at Delphi.
On the other hand, Tom Lantzsch has joined Intel’s executive leadership team as new senior vice president and general manager of the IoT Group. Tom has 30 years of experience in Fortune 500 and he spent the last 10 years of his career as executive vice president of strategy at ARM.
Recently, the company announced that its investing $250 million on self-driving tech through its Intel Capital investment.
Additionally, the company will also provide the Intel Core i7 processors for use in the Delphi/Mobileye platform, which is expected to be showcased in a test vehicle at CES next year.