Nvidia Drive is a computer platform by Nvidia, aimed at providing autonomous car and driver assistance functionality powered by deep learning. [14][15] Initial reports of the Xavier SoC suggested a single chip with similar processing power to the Drive PX 2 Autochauffeur system.

NVIDIA Jetson の一部製品について、対象となるお客様から弊社へお問い合わせいただいた場合に、特別価格で販売を行っております。 詳細はこちら [1][2] The platform was introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in January 2015. 米nvidiaは3月17日(現地時間)、自動運転カー支援システム「drive px」の開発者キットを5月に公開すると発表した。 価格は1万ドル(約12万円)。 [13] It was re-presented at CES 2018 as Drive PX Xavier.

May 14, 2020 by Katie Burke. These companies are joining a wide, international ecosystem of automakers, tier 1 suppliers, truck makers, sensor suppliers, robotaxi companies and software startups developing on NVIDIA DRIVE. [18][19], The Drive AGX Orin SoC family was announced on December 18, 2019 at GTC China 2019. UART, CAN, LIN, FlexRay, USB, 1 Gbit Ethernet or 10 Gbit Ethernet. The Nvidia Drive PX 2 is based on one or two Tegra X2 SoCs where each SoC contains 2 Denver cores, 4 ARM A57 cores and a GPU from the Pascal generation. The compute platform delivers 30 TOPS of performance for object detection and sensor fusion, running state-of-the-art algorithms to provide cross-traffic alerts, blind spot detection and pedestrian detection, as well as convenience features such as adaptive cruise control and lane-centering control. [10] Disassembling the Nvidia-based control unit from a recent Tesla car showed that a Tesla was using a modified single-chip Drive PX 2 AutoCruise, with a GP106 GPU added as a MXM Module. Early Nvidia press releases reported that the Drive CX board will be capable of carrying either a Tegra K1 or a Tegra X1.[6]. The high-performance, energy-efficient platform enables automated and autonomous driving across all levels for robust, software-defined vehicle development. By augmenting the human driver with AI, autonomous driving technology promises to significantly improve everyday mobility and logistics. Copyright © 2020 NVIDIA Corporation. The first of Nvidia's autonomous chips was announced at CES 2015, based on the Maxwell GPU microarchitecture. [20] On May 14, 2020 Nvidia announced that Orin would be utilizing the new Ampere GPU microarchitecture and would begin sampling for manufacturers in 2021 and be available for production in 2022. See our cookie policy for further details on how we use cookies and how to change your cookie settings. The companies stated the third generation Drive PX system would be capable of Level 5 autonomous driving, with a total of 320 INT8 TOPS of AI computational power and a 500 Watts TDP. Canoo, Pony.ai and Faraday Future drive ahead with high-performance, energy-efficient AI compute. [3] An enhanced version, the Drive PX 2 was introduced at CES a year later, in January 2016.[4]. Nvidia Drive is a computer platform by Nvidia, aimed at providing autonomous car and driver assistance functionality powered by deep learning.