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NVIDIA Kicks Off CES 2017 with Exciting Announcements for Future of Autonomous Vehicle Industry

NVIDIA, AUDI Partner to Put World’s Most Advanced AI Car on Road by 2020


NVIDIA & Audi announce the collaboration to put advanced AI cars on the road starting in 2020. This first phase of the collaboration will focus on NVIDIA DRIVE PX AI platform for self-driving cars. Future Audi car models will use deep learning to tackle the complexities of driving.


HERE, NVIDIA Partner on AI Technology for HD Mapping from Cloud to Car


NVIDIA & HERE announced both companies are collaborating to create industry-leading real-time, high-definition mapping solution for autonomous vehicles.


  • HERE is accelerating HERE HD Live Map using NVIDIA MapWorks AI technology.


  • NVIDIA is developing localization technology based on HERE HD Live Map as part of NVIDIA DriveWorks software – enabling automakers using NVIDIA DRIVE™ PX 2 in the car to integrate localization capability.


  • HERE and NVIDIA intend to collaborate on a HERE HD Live Map-based in-vehicle solution to perceive changes in the environment and update the map in the cloud accordingly.


NVIDIA and ZENRIN Collaborate on AI-Powered HD Mapping for Japan


NVIDIA is collaborating with ZENRIN, Japan’s leading mapping company, to develop a cloud-to-car HD map solution for self-driving cars.


Transportation Supplier ZF and NVIDIA Announce AI-Based Self-Driving System for Cars, Trucks, Commercial Vehicles


ZF, a leading tier 1 auto supplier announced the launch of ZF ProAI self-driving system, based on NVIDIA’s DRIVE PX 2 AI computing platform. This is the first tier 1 to bring the DRIVE PX 2 platform into production for companies building self-driving vehicles spanning across various industries including cars, trucks and industrial applications.


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NVIDIA’s BB8- Self-Driving Car Demo Like No Other: The Road to an Unforgettable Cup of Coffee


This video captures a trip to Starbucks like no other. The car understands and interacts with the driver in natural spoken language as it negotiates stop lights, stop signs and intersections, confidently making its way to the freeway before passing control back to the driver when requested.  The R&D behind PilotNet was developed over the course of the last 18 months and is used to augment the development cadence of self-driving cars.


NVIDIA and Bosch


NVIDIA and Bosch, the world’s largest auto supplier, today announced that they are collaborating to develop AI self-driving computers for production cars.

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