Fiat joins BMW and Intel to develop autonomus carsAutomotive News
- The engineers of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will work together in Germany with the aim of building vehicles without driver.
- By the end of 2017, the goal is to deploy 40 cars without test drivers on public roads.
BMW, Intel and Mobileye have signed an agreement for automaker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to join them for the development of stand-alone cars, according to the BMW group said in a statement. If a year ago was the alliance between BMW, Intel and Mobileye and, just a few months ago, the processor manufacturer compared Mobileye for 13.5 billion dollars, now the union between Fiat Chrysler and this set of partners is strengthened as a step Forward in the development of autonomous vehicles. The statement states that engineers at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will work together in Germany and other localities with the aim of building vehicles without driver, as well as providing the consortium with “engineering, technical resources and expertise, as well as its significant sales volume, reach Geography and his long experience in North America. ” Last July, the BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye already announced that they were joining forces to offer solutions to autonomous level 3 cars and achieve level 4 by 2021. By the end of 2017, the aim is to deploy 40 cars without driver On public roads.
LUCÍA CARMONA CASTRO – 08/17/2017- 20 Minutes