English automaker Rolls-Royce and American manufacturer of electronic devices and computer components Intel have entered into a partnership agreement on the development of autonomous vehicles. The Rolls-Royce website says that the British company, which is a division of BMW, will design, and Intel will create a navigation and control system for floating drones. Intel's solution will also be used in the work of artificial intelligence. It is planned to install storage Intel 3D MAND SSD on the ships. The development of autonomous ships is aimed at reducing the accident rate, since lately the share of accidents caused by man in the total number of wrecks of large ships was 70%.
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