See the research that Intel Labs and Carnegie Mellon University are collaborating on, such as smart headlights, which direct individual light rays to see through raindrops and snowflakes to make night driving safer, and other applications.
For your next car, Romanian high school student Ionut Budisteanu built a low-cost, safe, and autonomous vehicle capable of detecting traffic signs, lanes, curbs, and its own real-time location, all at a fraction of the cost of Google’s robotic car.
Using Intel® Xeon® processor-based servers and scalable Amazon Web Services*, the Earth Networks Total Lightning Network* provides better monitoring of lightning and faster severe weather alerts to save lives.
Seeing a need for longer lasting and faster charging batteries for portable devices, like cell phones, Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award winner Eesha Khare developed a tiny supercapacitor with nanomaterials that could one day fulfill that need.
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Learn how Intel’s Health and Life Sciences Group uses Intel®-based reference architecture and other Intel® technologies to transform healthcare.
If you want to help find a cure for cancer or other diseases, donate your PC’s excess processing power to researchers using Progress Thru Processors.
Doctors in Slovakia use wireless technology to provide neonatal care, transmitting and viewing tests with high-definition images through Intel® WiDi.