At CES, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang has made several exciting announcements related to AI and the automotive industry.
- Volkswagen and NVIDIA to Infuse AI into Future Vehicle Lineup
Volkswagen and NVIDIA shared their vision for how AI and deep learning will shape the development of a new generation of intelligent Volkswagen vehicles using the NVIDIA DRIVE IX platform to create new cockpit experiences and improve safety.
- Uber Selects NVIDIA Technology to Power Its Self-Driving FleetsThe ridesharing company will be utilising NVIDIA technology for its fleets of self-driving cars and freight trucks, running AI algorithms that enable vehicles to perceive the world, predict what will happen next and quickly choose the best course of action, even in complex environments.
- NVIDIA, ZF and Baidu Launch Industry’s First AI Autonomous Vehicle Computer for ChinaThe collaboration is based on the new NVIDIA DRIVE Xavier, ZF’s new ProAI car computer and Baidu’s Apollo Pilot, an autonomous driving product targeted for mass production.
- NVIDIA and Aurora Collaborate to Build Next-Generation Autonomous Vehicle Compute Platform
NVIDIA and Aurora are working together to create a new Level 4 and Level 5 self-driving hardware platform that will use the NVIDIA DRIVE Xavier processor.
In a blogpost, NVIDIA also announced that NVIDIA DRIVE Xavier, the world’s most powerful SoC that brings dramatic new AI capabilities are up and running. Built to bring AI to every aspect of the driving experience, it provides a technological path forward for the 320-plus companies and organizations working with NVIDIA on autonomous vehicles. The first samples of our Xavier processors, initially announced a little more than a year ago, are being delivered to customers this quarter.