Level 2 autonomous cars are designed to control the braking, steering, acceleration or deceleration in the driver's environment.
Inside the cabin, features include driver monitoring, AI co-pilot capabilities and advanced in-cabin visualization of the vehicle's computer vision system.
Vehicle manufacturers can use Drive AutoPilot to bring to market sophisticated automated driving features -- as well as intelligent cockpit assistance and visualisation capabilities -- that far surpass today's advanced driver 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 system-on-a-chip (SoC) processors and the latest NVIDIA Drive Software to process many deep neural networks (DNNs) for perception as well as complete surround camera sensor data from outside the vehicle and inside the cabin.
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