NVIDIA Introduces DRIVE AutoPilot, World’s First Commercially Available Level 2+ Automated Driving System

NVIDIA announced the world’s first commercially available Level 2+ automated driving system, NVIDIA DRIVE™ AutoPilot, which integrates multiple breakthrough AI technologies that will enable supervised self-driving vehicles to go into production by next year. At CES 2019, leading automotive suppliers Continental…

Volvo to use NVidia chips for their next generation of vehicles

NVidia has announced that it has tied up with Volvo to supply them with the NVIDIA DRIVE AGX technology for future vehicles. The technology is to power autonomous driving vehicles and it isn’t a technology that is very far fetched…

Daimler and Bosch to work with NVidia for their self-driving cars

As US tech companies push ahead in the autonomous vehicle driving space, the Germans do not want to be left behind. Although not much has been revealed by the large carmakers in this space, Daimler and Bosch and now working…

NVidia and Toyota suspends autonomous testing amidst Uber crash

As our hearts and wishes go to the family of Elaine Herzberg, who was killed in a crash by an Uber autonomous vehicle, NVidia and Toyota have decided to suspend their autonomous testing on public roads. Ms Herzberg was pushing her…

Volkswagen and NVIDIA work hand in hand for intelligent VW vehicles

With the Consumer Electronics Show 2018 (CES) underway, more and more automakers and new players in the field are announcing or showcasing their new technology. Volkswagen, one of the largest auto makers in the world has announced a partnership with…

Tesla needs to build their own chips for autopilot

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla has been at the forefront of many new innovations, from Tesla as a real competitor in the auto space with their fleet of electric cars and trucks to SpaceX, who managed to build a…

Why automakers are seeking out chip makers

The world of automotive and technology are slowly converging into what is known as the future which is autonomous and self-driving vehicles. Slowly we can see the various types of technology being implemented from the basic cruise control to Tesla’s…

Bosch teams up with NVidia in light of Intel merger

Bosch, the world’s largest automotive supplier, announced it is working with NVIDIA to develop artificial intelligence self-driving systems for mass market cars. This is in response to Intel’s recent buyout announcements with Mobileye. Bosch CEO Dr. Volkmar Denner unveiled the…

Audi Collaborates With NVIDIA To Develop Automated Cars by 2020

At the on-going 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Audi has announced its collaboration with tech giant, NVIDIA to use artificial intelligence (AI) in developing highly automated vehicles, which are expected to hit the roads by 2020. “Audi drivers know the…

NVIDIA Showcases DRIVE Auto Computers

  Taking the usual microchips and processors which NVIDIA is so used to producing for computers to cars, NVIDIA started showcasing what they call NVIDIA Drive at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week. “Your future cars…

Google Coming to a Car Near You

Google has announced and launched the Open Automotive Alliance, basically a collaboration between top auto car makers and technology companies with the aim to bringing safer, seamless and intuitive technology for the car. This does mean that Android is coming…

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