NVIDIA Announce Smaller Drive PX 2 In-Car Supercomputer

NVIDIA has launched a lesser version of its Drive PX 2 in-car computer, designed for autonomous vehicle control, and has said that it will power Baidu’s autonomous vehicle mapping and control systems. The new Drive PX 2 system follows on from the first-gen unit, described as “a liquid-cooled supercomputer for the car.” The original unit combined two Parker CPU / GPU chipset units in order to deliver the sustained high computing performance needed for artificial intelligence, deep-learning systems necessitated for self-driving cars. The announcement that Baidu is using the second-gen Drive PX 2 unit follows earlier announcements that NVIDIA and the Chinese company were working together on a full self-driving system architecture utilizing cloud technologies together with artificial intelligence. The new Drive PX 2 uses 10 watts of power and…


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