NVIDIA Continues Push from Autonomous Testing to On-the-Road Implementation

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By James Hodgson | 3Q 2017 | IN-4653


From Supporting Prototype Trials to Commercial Implementation


In June 2017, NVIDIA announced two major partnerships, adding to an impressive list amassed over the first half of 2017, which has seen the brand take considerable steps to move beyond prototype development and into commercial production. Partnerships announced with OEMs such as Audi, Mercedes-Benz, and Toyota at CES and GTC have now been followed by commitments to work with Volvo-Autoliv and ZF-HELLA to deliver highly automated forms of driving in the early years of the next decade.

The graphics and AI specialist vendor had their first “big win” in 2016, when a special flavor of their PX platform was selected by Tesla to underpin the second generation of their Autopilot semi-autonomous system. When the ambitious targets outlined in the various partnerships secured this year begin to materialize, NVIDIA can look forward to shipping in considerable volume in the 2020 to 2021 timeframe. Meanwhile, the deepening relationships with leading Tier One suppliers will help to enable NVIDIA and their OEM partners to integrate the PX …

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