Popular computer graphics hardware brand, NVIDIA has recently introduced the DRIVE AutoPilot, which is claimed to be the world’s first commercially available Level 2+ automated driving system. The brand maintains that the AI technologies will enable supervised self-driving vehicles to go into production by next year. Automotive suppliers Continental and ZF announced self-driving solutions based on this AutoPilot at the 2019 Consumer Electronic Show. It has also been confirmed that the automated driving technology showcased at the CES 2019 will enter production in 2020. The DRIVE AutoPilot comes with Xavier system-on-a-chip (SoC) processors paired with high end software to process many deep neural networks (DNNs) for perception as well as complete surround camera sensor data from outside the vehicle and inside the cabin. Xavier is the world’s first automotive-grade processor for autonomous driving and is in production today. The combination of Xavier and NVIDIA sofware enables full self-driving autopilot capabilities, including highway merge, lane change, lane splits and personal mapping. Inside the cabin, features include driver monitoring, AI copilot capabilities and advanced in-cabin visualization of the vehicle’s computer vision system. NVIDIA states the AutoPilot is a part of the flexible NVIDIA Drive platform that is being used by hundreds of companies worldwide to build autonomous vehicle solutions… Read full this story
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