Intel’s aspirations on the autonomous mobility front are clear, and the chip giant has steadily been building up expertise across various aspects of the ecosystem. A significant move came in 2017 with the acquisition of Israel-based Mobileye, which provides a complete autonomous vehicle (AV) solution stack. This includes everything from front-facing cameras for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) to the self-driving system (SDS) behind autonomous shuttles and robotaxis.
Now the company has invested in Moovit, another Israeli start-up and one of the pioneers in the Mobility as a Service (MaaS) space. Intel has announced a full acquisition of the company, which will join the Mobileye business while retaining its own brand and current partnerships….