CES has long been a showcase on what’s coming down the technology pipeline. This year, NVIDIA is showing the radical innovation happening now.
During a special virtual address at the show, Ali Kani, vice president and general manager of Automotive at NVIDIA, detailed the capabilities of DRIVE Hyperion and the many ways the industry is developing on the platform. These critical advancements show the maturity of autonomous driving technology as companies begin to deploy safer, more efficient transportation.
Here is a breakdown of what was shared:
- TuSimple announced that it will build its autonomous trucking platform on NVIDIA DRIVE Orin, working with leading delivery companies such as UPS, Navistar, and Penske
- EV makers including Volvo-backed Polestar and five EV companies in China have adopted NVIDIA DRIVE Hyperion 8, and five leading automotive suppliers now support it as well – Desay, Flex, Quanta, Valeo, and ZF
- Robot-taxi services like Zoox and Didi and trucking services like Volvo, Navistar and Plus are embracing NVIDIA’s DRIVE platform
You may read more in NVIDIA’s corporate blog here: https://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2022/01/04/autonomous-era-ces-2022-drive-hyperion/
In addition, watch the NVIDIA special address on demand for a recap of all of the company’s announcements at CES.