Nvidia Unveils Single-Chip Version of Drive PX 2 for Autonomous Cars

The new offering will expand the GPU maker’s portfolio of products aimed at the rapidly growing autonomous vehicle market. Nvidia officials are looking to accelerate the development of self-driving cars with the release this week of a smaller version of the Drive PX 2 platform that was introduced earlier this year.At the company’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) in Beijing Sept. 12, Nvidia executives introduced the new single-processor Drive PX 2 that is designed for what they called “auto cruise” functions, including automated driving and high-definition mapping. Like its larger brethren, the new version uses artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities and machine learning to enable the computer system in the car to collect, storage and process data from multiple cameras and sensors in real time.Through the capabilities of Drive PX 2, self-driving…


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