The hope is to get the first batch of vehicles on roads later this year, eventually growing the Fleet to its full count of 100 cars later on.
It means the car's systems will be responsible for both piloting the vehicle and monitoring the environment, negating the need for a human fallback.
Christof Stache/AFP/Getty Images "Building cars and testing them in real-world conditions provides immediate feedback and will accelerate delivery of technologies and solutions for highly and fully autonomous vehicles," said Amnon Shashua, incoming vice president of Intel and CEO of Mobileye, in a statement.
Intel will rely heavily on Mobileye's current slate of self-driving tech, which covers mapping, sensing and computer vision.
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