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    Read a selection of what the world's leading publications are saying about NVIDIA automotive solutions.

    EETimes

    EETimes: Mercedes-Benz jilts BMW, elopes with Nvidia
    “Nvidia is assuming an increasingly critical role in the emerging software-centric automotive industry.” -- 6/23/20
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    Forbes

    Forbes: Nvidia and Mercedes-Benz join forces in an autonomous car power play
    NVIDIA’s new DRIVE platform will kick Mercedes-Benz into a much-needed higher gear in the race for autonomous driving." -- 6/23/20
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    Retuers

    TechCrunch: Mercedes-Benz, Nvidia partner to bring ‘software-defined’ vehicles to market in 2024
    “Mercedes-Benz and Nvidia announced a partnership aimed at eliminating the complexity while boosting the performance and automated driving capabilities of a new generation of vehicles.” -- 6/23/20
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    Automotive News

    Automotive News: Mercedes, Nvidia to team up on powerful computing platform for AVs
    "The new Mercedes Level 2 and Level 3 systems will incorporate Nvidia’s Orin, a system-on-a-chip that contains 17 billion transistors, microscopic switches that are akin to neurons in a human brain." -- 6/23/20
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    Retuers

    Reuters: Nvidia turns to driver-assistance market as robo-taxis stall
    “The new Nvidia system means automakers will be able to use one system for both, saving engineering efforts and using some of the self-driving technology to improve the driver assistance functions.” -- 5/14/2020 
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    PC Gamer

    CNet: Nvidia wants to power today's car tech and tomorrow's robotaxi
    “The single architecture will handle anything from advanced driver-assistance systems to full, Level 5 autonomous driving.” -- 5/14/20 
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    Forbes

    Forbes: Nvidia cranks up and turns down its Drive AGX Orin computers
    "One of Nvidia’s selling points is a common architecture that developers can use from initial bench development to simulation to on-road testing.” -- 5/14/20
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    EETimes

    EE Times: Newest Nvidia AV SoC boasts ‘7x Xavier Performance’
    “Orin, at 17 billion transistors, is almost double the size of Xavier, which had 9 billion, and it offers nearly 7x the performance (200 TOPS for INT8 data). Despite its size, Orin also offers 3x the power efficiency of Xavier.” -- 12/19/19
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    ZDNet

    ZDNet: Nvidia unveils Orin, its next-gen SOC for autonomous vehicles and robots
    “Nvidia announced it's opening up access to its pre-trained deep neural network models for autonomous driving. The models include a range of object detection models (such as pedestrian and bike detection, lane detection, free parking space detection, sign detection), gaze detection, gesture recognition, as well as path planning and mapping models.” -- 12/18/19
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    Automotive News

    Automotive News: Nvidia secures chip deal with Didi Chuxing
    "Didi would use [NVIDIA] in computing systems in autonomous cars on the road that help drive the vehicles, as well as in back-end data centers where data gathered by test vehicles is used to train algorithms for self-driving cars." -- 12/18/19
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    Forbes

    Forbes: Nvidia unveils next-generation Orin chip to power self-driving vehicles
    "When it comes to delivering that raw computational power, Nvidia is widely seen as the leading vendor of silicon, and it’s next-generation chip, called Orin, takes that performance to new heights." -- 12/17/19
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    Venture Beat

    VentureBeat: Bosch and Daimler launch self-driving car pilot in San Jose
    “NVIDIA’s DRIVE Pegasus provides the computational horsepower needed for the Mercedes-Benzs’ real-time decisioning.” -- 12/9/19
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    Venture Beat

    VentureBeat: Nvidia’s AI prevents car high beams from producing glare
    “AutoHighBeamNet, a component of the AutoDrivingBeam module in Nvidia’s Drive Software — can automatically generate control outputs for cars’ high beams using signals derived from road conditions.” -- 10/9/19
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    Retuers

    Electronics 360: Watch Nvidia’s self-driving car technology in action
    “The Nvidia Drive AGX platform runs all of these components in the vehicle, enabling 360° surround perception, localization and planning, and control software in real time.” -- 8/27/19 
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    Retuers

    MarketWatch: Nvidia and Volvo join forces on driverless trucks
    “Nvidia and Volvo’s partnership would rely on Nvidia’s artificial-intelligence platforms for training, simulation, and in-vehicle computing to eventually get driverless commercial trucks on public roads and roadways.” -- 6/19/19 
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    Retuers

    TechCrunch: Volvo teams up with Nvidia to develop self-driving commercial and industrial trucks
    “Transport freight is only one target for the new joint effort — Nvidia and Volvo will also seek to build autonomous systems and vehicles that can handle garbage and recycling pickup, operate on construction sites, at mines and in the forestry industry, too.” -- 6/18/19 
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    Retuers

    Reuters: Nvidia boosts self-driving AI business with Volvo trucks deal
    “The partnership with Volvo goes beyond supplying chips, and includes work on developing software, on-board computers and sensor systems for autonomous commercial vehicles.” -- 6/18/19 
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    PC Gamer

    CNet: Volvo Group and Nvidia team up to produce an AI platform for autonomous trucks
    “Nvidia is positioning itself to be a major player in autonomous vehicle development.” -- 6/18/19 
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    PC Gamer

    The Street: Nvidia's New Supercomputer Aims at Self-Driving Car Development
    “If you're an automaker, self-driving start-up, university or otherwise looking into autonomous driving development, Nvidia is quickly becoming the one-stop shop to make it all a reality.” -- 6/17/19
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    PC Gamer

    Reuters: Driverless electric truck starts deliveries on Swedish public road
    “The T-Pod is level 4 autonomous, the second highest category, and uses a Nvidia Drive platform to process visual data in real time." -- 5/15/19
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    Forbes

    Forbes: These Two Companies Are Making Autonomous Cars Safer On The Road
    "Nvidia's Level 2+ functionality includes multiple AI technologies, including autonomous driving perception and an AI-capable cockpit." -- 4/22/19
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    Axios

    Axios: Playing God (virtually) with self-driving vehicles
    "Nvidia this week released its new DRIVE Constellation simulation platform, which allows developers to play with variables like the angle of the sun, types of street lights, weather, road conditions, traffic and pedestrian behaviors." -- 3/22/19
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    The Street

    The Street: NVIDIA Is Set to Change the Autonomous Driving Game
    “This is a huge step forward for the autonomous driving industry, as it allows companies to log billions of simulated miles vs. millions of real-world miles. Not only does the learning curve accelerate dramatically as a result, but so does the safety." -- 3/19/19
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    The Drive

    The Drive: Toyota Will Test Its Autonomous Cars in NVIDIA’s New Self-Driving Car Simulator
    “The Japanese automaker's TRI-AD (Toyota Research Institute-Advanced Development) division will use Drive Constellation to conduct virtual testing, which has become a valuable tool for speeding up the development of autonomous cars.” -- 3/19/19
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    Venture Beat

    VentureBeat: Nvidia’s Safety Force Field is ‘mathematically’ designed to prevent autonomous vehicle crashes
    “Somewhat uniquely, Safety Force Field can take into account both braking and steering constraints, enabling it to identify and eliminate “anomalies” arising from both” -- 3/18/19
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    TC

    TechCrunch: Toyota doubles down on NVIDIA tech for self-driving cars
    “In short, Toyota is going to use Nvidia’s technology for the entire workflow or process to develop autonomous vehicles.” -- 3/18/19
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    Forbes

    Forbes: NVIDIA Creates A 'Safety Force Field' To Boost Trust In Self-Driving Vehicles
    “Who wouldn’t want a Safety Force Field around their car?” -- 3/18/19
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    Automotive News

    Automotive News: Toyota first customer for NVIDIA’s new AV simulation platform
    "In addition to allowing self-driving vehicle companies to quickly log miles, simulation provides the possibility that they one day may not need expensive fleets of self-driving test cars." -- 3/18/19
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    Forbes

    Forbes: NVIDIA Resets The Self-Driving Bar Again With AutoPilot Supporting 'Level 2+'
    “This performance level opens up a much broader range of automated driving features, with smart cockpit assistance and visualization capabilities that blow the current ADAS offerings out of the water.” -- 1/15/19
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    The Street

    The Street: Nvidia, Mercedes-Benz Partner on A.I.-Powered Cars
    “For Mercedes, it gives the company a best-in-class partner and supplier that can help vault it to the top of the autonomous driving leaderboard. Using Nvidia for its various DRIVE platforms essentially gives Mercedes access to some of the best technology in the industry.” -- 1/9/19
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    ZDNet

    ZDNet: CES 2019: Nvidia partners with Mercedes on artificial intelligence
    “Nvidia Drive will form the centre of the all-vehicle architecture, the companies said, adding high-performance, energy efficient compute to handle AI software for advanced mobility technologies.” -- 1/9/19
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    Road Show

    CNet: Nvidia pulls the wraps off of its Drive AutoPilot system at CES 2019
    “Nvidia is leveraging the computational power of its Xavier automotive-grade hardware to improve the way that cars see and understand the road around them.”  -- 1/7/19
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    Venture Beat

    VentureBeat: Daimler and Bosch lay out plans for autonomous taxi service in San Jose
    “Bosch and Daimler expect performance to be comparable to about six “synchronized, highly advanced” desktop computers and said that [NVIDIA DRIVE AGX] Pegasus — drawing on a bevy of radar, vision, and ultrasound sensors — would be able to react to changing road conditions within 20 milliseconds.” -- 11/8/18
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    The Verge

    The Verge: Nvidia delivers its self-driving car safety report to the feds
    “One interesting section outlines Nvidia’s approach to human-machine interface and driver monitor, referred to as “Drive IX,” as an added layer of safety on top of the vehicle’s self-driving system.” -- 10/23/18
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    Automotive News

    Automotive News: Volvo, Nvidia expand autonomous driving collaboration
    “The artificial intelligence-capable core computer they are developing will allow Volvo to offer 360-degree surround perception and a driver monitoring system that will help the company safely introduce fully autonomous cars.” -- 10/10/18
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    Forbes

    Forbes: Nvidia Opens Up A Lead In Compute System For Automated Driving
    “As part of its commitment to ensuring that automated driving is deployed in a safe way, Nvidia is teaming up with TUV SUD, the German safety certification agency and Austrian engineering firm AVL to develop a simulation test suite for validating automated driving.” -- 10/10/18
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    The Verge

    The Verge: Volvo’s next generation of cars will use Nvidia’s self-driving car platform
    “The cars are expected to start production in the early 2020s, and they will use Nvidia’s platform to monitor the vehicle’s environment on all sides as well as to keep an eye on the driver.” -- 10/10/18
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    Automotive News

    Automotive News: MBUX tech helps Mercedes turn A class into 'gateway' vehicle
    “MBUX, powered by Nvidia's Parker mobile processor, uses natural language processing technology that does not require memorizing predetermined commands.” -- 9/18/18
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    EETimes

    EE Times: Nvidia Going All Robot, All the Time
    “Building drivers takes times and effort. By supporting these devices, Nvidia saves developers time” -- 9/14/18
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