This is Intel's autonomous test car, developed by Mobileye in Jerusalem.

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The car is a lightly modified Ford Fusion, really only augmented by a set of cameras festooned throughout.

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Three of the most important are situated behind the windshield, looking forward at different focal lengths.

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Others, like this one in the fender, look at other angles to survey the car all around.

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Thanks to the small cameras, the car is very difficult to identify as anything other than a normal car!

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A camera in the nose provides a close-up view of what's right in front of the bumper. 

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Another, on the roof, looks back diagonally. 

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Yes, the trunk contains a fair bit more equipment, but most of this is just for data logging. Mobileye says the actual equipment in a production car will fit in a space smaller than a shoebox. 

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In the future, the car will also be augmented with laser scanners like this one, which will provide a level of redundancy. 

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And the system can be easily applied to other cars, like this BMW!

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The car handled the crazy streets of Jerusalem with no issues -- impressive!

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