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NVIDIA unveils platform for fully autonomous cars

Daily Mail

The Pegasus line will be available by the middle of 2018 for automakers to begin developing vehicles and testing software algorithms needed to control future driverless cars, NVIDIA executives told a developers' conference in Munich on Tuesday. The deal between Deutsche Post, ZF and NVIDIA will include future Deutsche Post StreetScooter delivery trucks. In Munich, the three partners are showcasing a prototype StreetScooter running NVIDIA Drive PX chips used to control sensors including six cameras, one radar and one lidar, or 3D laser camera. De Ambroggi said NVIDIA's Pegasus automotive platform was the first with the processing power for automakers to begin developing truly autonomous vehicles, which could be upgraded with software improvements ahead of actual roadway deployments.


Watch a Roborace's driverless car zooming around a track

Daily Mail

Roborace CEO Denis Sverdlov said the demonstration was a major milestone in the development of autonomous racing: 'Roborace is the only company in the world right now testing driverless technologies on city streets without a human in the car – this is something truly unique.' These include five lidars, two radars, 18 ultrasonic sensors, two optical speed sensors, six AI cameras, GNSS positioning and a powerful Nvidia Drive PX2 'brain' processor, capable of 24 trillion AI operations per second. Roborace first revealed the stunning 4.8-metre-long (15.7 ft), two-metre-wide (6.5 ft) vehicle at February's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Roborace first revealed the stunning 4.8-metre-long (15.7 ft), two-metre-wide (6.5 ft) vehicle at February's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona The cars include five lidars, two radars, 18 ultrasonic sensors, two optical speed sensors, six AI cameras, GNSS positioning and a powerful Nvidia Drive PX2 'brain' processor, capable of 24 trillion AI operations per second Roborace provides an open AI platform for companies to develop their own driverless software and push the limits in a safe environment.


World's first DRIVERLESS race car Roborace hits the track

Daily Mail

These include five lidars, two radars, 18 ultrasonic sensors, two optical speed sensors, six AI cameras, GNSS positioning and a powerful Nvidia Drive PX2 'brain' processor, capable of 24 trillion AI operations per second. Roborace first revealed the stunning 4.8-metre-long (15.7 ft), two-metre-wide (6.5 ft) vehicle at March's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The futuristic vehicle completed a lap of the Paris ePrix circuit (pictured) ahead of the city's 2017 Formula E race, which took place on Saturday Saturday's public demonstration saw the car whip around 14 turns of the almost 2 kilometre (1.2 mile) track driven entirely by AI and sensors Mr Sverdlov said: 'This is a huge moment for Roborace as we share the Robocar with the world and take another big step in advancing driverless electric technology. Technologies guiding the vehicle include five lidars, two radars, 18 ultrasonic sensors, two optical speed sensors, six AI cameras, GNSS positioning and a powerful Nvidia Drive PX2 'brain' processor, capable of 24 trillion AI operations per second Mr Simon said: 'Roborace opens a new dimension where motorsport as we know it meets the unstoppable rise of artificial intelligence.


New AI will team up with CCTV to predict your every move

Daily Mail

The company's'Metropolis' intelligent video analytics system combines always-on CCTV with complex machine learning artificial intelligence. Nvidia's Metropolis is an intelligent video analytics platform that can process footage from over a billion security cameras looking for patterns and usable data. This would include facial recognition, vehicle recognition, and road and pedestrian traffic patterning. This would include facial recognition, vehicle recognition, and road and pedestrian traffic patterning.