Date: 4 months ago   Category: Gadgets

Rolls-Royces together with Intel develop the autonomous ships


Vessels will be able to move without crew onboard. For this purpose they will be equipped with the special equipment. The Rolls-Royce company united with Intel for creation of cargo vessels which will independently move. These ships will be able to go by the seas and to transport freights without crew onboard. Writes The Verge about it. For implementation of this task of court will be equipped special ЛИДАРами, thermovision, radar - and HD cameras. Navigation will be made by means of artificial intelligence. AI will work at base of the Intel processor Xeon Scalable. He will make decisions, being guided by information obtained thanks to sensors. Sensors will collect up to 1 Tbyte of data a day. They will be stored on 3D NAND stores of Intel operating as "black boxes". It is known that this algorithm is already tested on one of ferries in Japan. Earlier it was reported that the Intel company presented processors of new generation Core-X, the most powerful of which received eight kernels. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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