Factbox: Intel invested in five self-driving startups

(Reuters) - Intel Corp INTC.O, which on Monday announced the proposed $15.3 billion acquisition of Mobileye NV MBLY.N, had invested in at least five startup companies working on self-driving vehicle technologies.

Among the startups funded in part by Intel Capital, the chipmaker’s venture capital arm, are:

LISNR, a Cincinnati company specializing in high-frequency data communications and connectivity.

Perrone Robotics, a Charlottesville, Virginia-based developer of sensors, control systems and software.

Peloton Technology, a Silicon Valley startup in Mountain View, California, focused on automating heavy-duty trucks.

ZMP, a Tokyo firm specializing in robotics and sensing technology.

Chronocam, a Parisian company developing machine vision sensors and systems.

Reporting by Paul Lienert in Detroit; Editing by Richard Chang