Technology Toyota allies with Intel to develop self-driving car ecosystem

20:55  11 august  2017
20:55  11 august  2017 Source:   engadget.com

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Toyota is teaming up with Intel , and an assortment of tech and automotive firms, to develop an ecosystem for connected cars . In this article: denso, ericsson, intel , nttdocomo, Self - drivingCar , tomorrow, toyota , transportation.

Toyota is teaming up with Intel , and an assortment of tech and automotive firms, to develop an ecosystem for connected cars . By sharing self - driving vehicle data, the companies aim to develop maps and improved driver assistance systems based on cloud computing.

  Toyota allies with Intel to develop self-driving car ecosystem © Provided by Engadget Toyota is teaming up with Intel, and an assortment of tech and automotive firms, to develop an ecosystem for connected cars. By sharing self-driving vehicle data, the companies aim to develop maps and improved driver assistance systems based on cloud computing. Rounding out the alliance (dubbed the "Automotive Edge Computing Consortium") will be Ericsson, Japanese auto parts-maker Denso Corp, and telecoms firm NTT DoCoMo.

Practically everyone is wading into the autonomous car space. And, collaboration between firms is just as common. Alphabet's Waymo, and GM, are buddying up with Lyft. Renault is cozying up to Nissan. And China's search giant Baidu is targeting, well, everyone. And that's just a smattering of the team-ups currently taking place. Toyota itself also recently hooked up with Nissan to build a US assembly plant for EVs and self-driving cars.

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Toyota is teaming up with Intel , and an assortment of tech and automotive firms, to develop an ecosystem for connected cars . By sharing self - driving vehicle data, the companies aim to develop maps and improved driver assistance systems based on cloud computing.

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All those connected cartests are already racking up big data, which will ramp up exponentially over time. In fact, it's estimated the data volume between vehicles and the cloud will reach 10 exabytes per month by 2025, said Toyota. That's approximately 10,000 times larger than the present amount, according to the company. Pooling some of that data in the form of an alliance therefore makes a lot of sense. Especially, if Toyota and Intel intend to keep up with the competition.

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