Nvidia said it had more than 25 customers working to build a new class of driverless cars, robotaxis and long-haul trucks.
When fully autonomous vehicles hit the road en masse, we can expect fewer accidents, less traffic, and reduced tailpipe emissions. But according to two reports, we could also see sharp increases in the consumption of booze due to self-driving cars, and even more time spent staring at screens, binge watching and being bombarded by ads. In a recent report, Morgan Stanley predicted that booze will get a significant boost in sales since the technology could allow people to drink more if they know t
Nvidia, TomTom, Ford, Daimler among them.
"When it's in the air it actually looks like it's further away, then it lands and it looks closer."
It already partners with Tesla, Toyota, and others.
The autoparts maker is sticking with its own solution days after Intel buys MobilEye.
The latest self-driving Audi is a Q7 prototype with NVIDIA brains.
NVIDIA may not make autonomous cars, but it does make the computer chips that power them.
Gentlemen, start your computers.
A new super computing platform speeds processing times 10 times over, potentially paving the way for self-driving cars to arrive sooner than anticipated.
Remember how we mentioned that Hyundai would be offering a BlueLink infotainment app for Google Glass? And how last week, we told you about a rumored partnership between Audi and Google? Well, both of these things were just part of a much bigger deal.
Earlier this month, venture capitalist and Tesla board member Steve Jurvetson took delivery of the first 2012 Tesla Model S to leave the factory. Now, he's sharing his early peek (deliveries officially start tomorrow) of the production version of the electric car's giant touch screen dashboard through a photo on Flickr.
The next Volkswagen Golf will be chock-full of standard and optional technology features, but its all-new Modular Infotainment System has the potential to set a new benchmark for both high-end and entry-level navigation, entertainment and connectivity.
Electric automaker Tesla Motors announced that its upcoming Model S sedan will incorporate two Nvidia Tegra chips to handle computing and graphics processing for the vehicle's 17-inch touch screen display as well as the car's instrument cluster. Nivdia's Tegra chip was specifically engineered for mobile applications that require low power consumption, while also demanding intense graphical performance. In this case, what's good for your phone is good for your plug-in car.