Volvo and Nvidia partner to bring next-generation ADAS to market by 2020 - Roadshow

Volvo has announced that it will use Nvidia’s Drive AGX Xavier computer for its next generation of vehicles. The hardware, which was announced by Nvidia in September, has the power to be able to handle full autonomy within controlled areas (so-called Level 4 autonomy), but it will launch with “Level 2+” capabilities, placing it on a similar level as current Tesla models. The cars are expected to start production in the early 2020s, and they will use Nvidia’s platform to monitor the vehicle’s environment on all sides as well as to keep an eye on the driver. Nvidia has previously said that its software is capable of tracking a driver’s head and eye movements to know when they may have not noticed something in their environment. The system... Continue reading…

Volvo and Nvidia partner to bring next-generation ADAS to market by 2020 - Roadshow

Volvo will adopt Nvidia's Drive AGX Xavier AI computing system to power future self-driving ADAS.

Wed 10 Oct 18 from CNET

Volvo Taps NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Platform For Next-Generation Autonomous Vehicles

Volvo is a name that is synonymous with safety, and the company is taking another step towards making its vehicles even safer by slowly wresting control away from human drivers. Volvo announced ...

Wed 10 Oct 18 from HotHardware

Chipmaker Nvidia to supply computer for Volvo's upcoming vehicles

Graphics chipmaker Nvidia Corp said on Wednesday that Swedish automaker Volvo would begin using its artificial intelligence computer to deliver low-level autonomous features in all its next-generation ...

Wed 10 Oct 18 from Reuters Technology

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