In Conversation with Intel's Kishore Ramisetty

The company has initially launched its products and services for fleet customers, and aims to expand into other vehicle categories as well.

By Mayank Dhingra calendar 07 Jul 2022 Views icon4876 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp

Technology giant Intel has forayed into the automotive space with its Intel Onboard Fleet Services programme that aims to reduce road accidents by deploying artificial intelligence and machine learning-based solutions in vehicles to alert the driver and enhance road safety.

The company has initially launched its products and services for fleet customers, and aims to expand into other vehicle categories as well. Kishore Ramisetty, vice president, Intel Foundry Services and general manager, Vertical Solutions & Services Group, Intel, talks about the company's plans to offer indigenously-developed ADAS solutions for the Indian market.

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