BMW displays one of the first of approximately 40 highly automated vehicles that were announced by BMW, Intel and Mobileye during a one-day autonomous driving workshop on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, at Intel’s Silicon Valley Center for Autonomous Driving in San Jose, California. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
The BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye announced Tuesday their intention to onboard Delphi as a development partner and system integrator for their autonomous driving platform.
The four partners intend to jointly deploy a cooperation model to deliver and scale the developed solutions to the broader OEM automotive industry and potentially other industries.
Delphi has already provided a prototype compute platform to the BMW Group and is working together with Intel and Mobileye in the areas of perception, sensor fusion, and high performance automated driving computing.
In July 2016 BMW Group, Intel, and Mobileye announced that they are joining forces to make self-driving vehicles become a reality and are collaborating to bring solutions for highly and fully automated driving into series production by 2021.
The Cooperation Partners have since developed a scalable architecture that can be adopted by other automotive developers and carmakers to pursue designs and create differentiated brands.
System integrators, such as Delphi, are critical for the go to market strategy of the joint solution to reach multiple automotive OEMs quickly. A key role for Delphi will be the integration of the solution delivered by BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye into OEM vehicle architectures.
Additionally, Delphi may also provide required hardware components such as sensors as well as specific customization efforts and applications for differentiation.
This engagement between Delphi and the Cooperation Partners is non-exclusive. The Cooperation Partners are in the process of onboarding additional integration and development partners to support future OEM customer needs.