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Enabling Cars to See, Think, and Learn.

 

NVIDIA DRIVE™ solutions give automakers, tier 1 suppliers, and automotive research institutions the power and flexibility to develop systems that enable cars to see, think, and learn. DRIVE PX is a powerful auto-pilot car computer designed to run deep neural networks paving the way for the autonomous car. DRIVE CX is a complete platform for the digital cockpit that enables advanced 3D navigation and infotainment, high-resolution digital instrument clusters, natural speech processing, and surround vision.

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Catch the replay from the GTC 2016 Keynote

Catch the replay from the GTC 2016 Keynote

Last week, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang kicked off the GPU Technology Conference, in San Jose, Calif., setting the stage for five major announcements spanning artificial intelligence, virtual reality and self-driving cars.
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New HD-Mapping and AI-Driving Technologies for Self-Driving Cars

New HD-Mapping and AI-Driving Technologies for Self-Driving Cars

We advanced our NVIDIA DRIVE offering for self-driving cars. The new open, end-to-end HD mapping platform is designed to help automakers, map companies and startups rapidly create HD maps and keep them updated, using the compute power of NVIDIA DRIVE PX in the car and NVIDIA Tesla GPUs in the datacenter.
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Toyota’s Pratt Explains Why Simulation Is Key to Self-driving Cars

Toyota’s Pratt Explains Why Simulation Is Key to Self-driving Cars

In his keynote, Gill Pratt, CEO of Toyota Research Institute, set out Toyota’s vision of self-driving cars, including giving a sneak peek into its simulation facility. Simulation is key to understanding how car and driver will work together as more autonomous features are introduced. Toyota’s NVIDIA-powered simulation facility will use GPUs — and deep learning — to train autonomous systems to experience real-world situations before they’re put on actual roads.
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NVIDIA DRIVE PX 2 to Power World’s First Robotic Motorsports Competition

NVIDIA DRIVE PX 2 to Power World’s First Robotic Motorsports Competition

Driverless cars in the first global autonomous motorsports competition, Roborace Championship, will be powered by the NVIDIA DRIVE PX 2 AI supercomputers. The teams will have identical cars. Their sole competitive advantage: software. It’s truly a contest to build the most advanced artificial mind.
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