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CES 2019: NVIDIA launches Level 2+ automated driving solution

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has introduced Drive AutoPilot, that provides both autonomous driving perception and an intelligent cockpit.

At the ongoing CES 2019 trade show here, leading automotive suppliers and ZF announced Level 2+ based on Drive, with production starting in 2020.

Level 2 autonomous cars are designed to control the braking, steering, acceleration or deceleration in the driver's environment.

The Level 2+ automated driving solution enables full self-driving capabilities, including highway merge, lane change, lane splits and personal mapping, according to

Inside the cabin, features include monitoring, AI co-pilot capabilities and advanced in-cabin visualization of the vehicle's computer vision system.

Vehicle manufacturers can use Drive to bring to market sophisticated automated driving features -- as well as intelligent cockpit assistance and visualisation capabilities -- that far surpass today's advanced assistance systems (ADAS) offerings in performance, functionality and road safety, NVIDIA said.

The new solution, DRIVE AutoPilot, integrates for the first time high-performance NVIDIA Xavier (SoC) processors and the latest to process many (DNNs) for perception as well as complete surround camera sensor data from outside the vehicle and inside the cabin.



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First Published: Tue, January 08 2019. 15:04 IST