The Society of Automotive Engineers has designated six categories of autonomous driving, ranging from Level 0 to Level 5. However, the ongoing development of self-driving cars has produced advanced technologies that can improve vehicle safety now, adding new distinctions to automated and autonomous driving features. Level 2 automated driving is defined as systems that provide Read article >
Software defines what moves us. From mobility apps and real-time maps to increasingly automated vehicles, lines of code have become fundamental to the world of transportation. As this software becomes more complex, there’s a greater chance for human error, opening up more potential for security and safety risks. To ensure that this vital software is Read article >
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Road-ready advanced autopilot systems, intelligent cockpits and highly accurate map localization platforms wowed the crowds this week at CES in Las Vegas. At the core of each of these cutting-edge technologies is the high-performance, energy-efficient compute of NVIDIA DRIVE. To kick off the show, ZF and Continental announced premium, Level 2+ automated driving systems using Read article >
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Mercedes-Benz announced today it has selected NVIDIA to help realize its vision for next-generation vehicles. Speaking to a packed crowd at the Mercedes-Benz booth on the first day of CES 2019, Mercedes-Benz Executive Vice President Sajjad Khan and NVIDIA Founder and CEO Jensen Huang outlined their plans for next-gen AI cars and the new breed Read article >
NVIDIA is showcasing this week at CES its DRIVE Localization — a system that unlocks the restraints to a global, mass-market solution for cars to find themselves on maps. Leveraging the compute power of GPUs and the worldwide reach of NVIDIA DRIVE mapping partners, the DRIVE Localization software module is an open, scalable platform for Read article >
DRIVE Software 8.0 — which integrates enhanced perception, visualization and mapping capabilities into one release — makes it easy to see the road ahead for safe self-driving. The newest version of the extensive DRIVE Software suite, announced this week at CES, features advanced automated driving and in-cabin user experience functionalities powered by AI. Much of Read article >
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When it comes to creating safer roads, there’s no need to wait for vehicles that can drive themselves. AI has the potential to improve every new car today. At CES 2019 in Las Vegas, NVIDIA introduced DRIVE AutoPilot, a Level 2+ automated driving solution that uniquely provides both world-class autonomous driving perception and an intelligent Read article >
As the home of classic films and Hollywood blockbusters made possible by cutting-edge technology, Los Angeles has always been buzzing with excitement. And this year’s 111th running of the Los Angeles Auto Show fits right in. During the show preview this week, automakers unveiled sleek redesigns of iconic models, as well as innovative concepts coming Read article >
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Autonomous driving technology is creating a transportation revolution — from personal travel, to logistics and delivery — and nowhere is that more apparent than in the world’s largest automotive market. China, which accounts for about one-third of worldwide vehicle sales and produces 24.5 million cars annually, is helping to drive the global transition to autonomous Read article >
The end product isn’t what makes a new technology safe. It’s everything that goes into a product — from design to development to manufacturing. That’s why global safety experts at German agency TÜV SÜD have assessed the development process for the NVIDIA Xavier system-on-a-chip (SoC), the world’s first processor for autonomous driving, and approved it Read article >
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