NVIDIA DRIVE Brings Green Energy to Shanghai Auto Show

Automakers and suppliers are turning the industry green with NVIDIA DRIVE. Electric and autonomous vehicle concepts are lining the floor this week at the Auto Shanghai show, bringing new technology and energy to production cars. Some of the biggest reveals are rising above the noise with technology powered by NVIDIA DRIVE. China, the world’s largest Read article >

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How Does a Self-Driving Car See?

To drive better than humans, autonomous vehicles must first see better than humans. Building reliable vision capabilities for self-driving cars has been a major development hurdle. By combining a variety of sensors, however, developers have been able to create a detection system that can “see” a vehicle’s environment even better than human eyesight. The keys Read article >

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AI in the Fast Lane: Automotive Tech Accelerates at GTC 2019

From start to finish, this week’s GPU Technology Conference was buzzing with automotive innovation. Sleek vehicles greeted attendees at the front door of the San Jose Convention Center. Autonomous vehicles lined up for potential future passengers inside the exhibit hall. And self-driving cars seamlessly maneuvered around pedestrians and obstacles on the roads behind the conference Read article >

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Shift Happens: Virtual Ride and DRIVE Gears Up GTC Attendees

The AI car of tomorrow opened its doors for a virtual spin this week at the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference. The DRIVE AutoPilot simulator experience on the GTC show floor combines the latest NVIDIA DRIVE technologies — DRIVE AP2X, DRIVE Constellation and DRIVE Sim — to show how AI is transforming the way we move. Read article >

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New Ability to Update HD Maps Lets DRIVE Mapping Chart Safer Course for Autonomous Driving

Sensors and onboard computers help self-driving cars see, plan and act. With NVIDIA DRIVE Mapping software, they can also make sure vehicles stay on the right path. DRIVE Mapping allows vehicles to navigate anywhere in the world. It uses maps from partners such as Baidu, HERE, TomTom, NavInfo and Zenrin to localize vehicles to high-definition Read article >

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GTC 2019: Huang Kicks Off GTC, Focuses on NVIDIA Datacenter Momentum, Blue Chip Partners

NVIDIA’s message was unmistakable as it kicked off the 10th annual GPU Technology Conference: it’s doubling-down on the datacenter. Founder and CEO Jensen Huang delivered a sweeping opening keynote at San Jose State University, describing the company’s progress accelerating the sprawling datacenters that power the world’s most dynamic industries. Watch the GTC keynote replay. With a Read article >

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The Test Fleet of the Future Is Virtual: DRIVE Constellation Now Available

NVIDIA DRIVE Constellation is bringing autonomous vehicle test fleets to the cloud. At the GPU Technology Conference, NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang announced that the NVIDIA DRIVE Constellation simulation platform is now available. Toyota’s research and development arm, the Toyota Research Institute-Advanced Development (TRI-AD), will leverage DRIVE Constellation as part of an expanded partnership Read article >

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NVIDIA Announces DRIVE AP2X – World’s Most Complete Level 2+ Autonomous Vehicle Platform

Today at the GPU Technology Conference, NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang announced NVIDIA DRIVE AP2X — a complete Level 2+ automated driving solution encompassing DRIVE AutoPilot software, DRIVE AGX and DRIVE validation tools. DRIVE AP2X incorporates DRIVE AV autonomous driving software and DRIVE IX intelligent cockpit experience. Each runs on the high-performance, energy-efficient NVIDIA Read article >

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GTC 2019 Sets the Pace for Self-Driving Innovation

With the development of autonomous driving technology moving at the speed of light, it can be hard to stay current on what’s at the cutting edge. But at the GPU Technology Conference, you’ll find the latest in AI technology at every turn, making it the crucial pit stop for anyone interested in the future of Read article >

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Leveling Up: What Is Level 2 Automated Driving?

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 >

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