NVIDIA DRIVE AP2X

The Most Complete Level 2+ Automated Driving Platform

DELIVERING SAFE, AI-ASSISTED DRIVING TODAY

Progress toward safer roads doesn’t need to wait for fully autonomous vehicles. AI can improve the safety of every new vehicle produced today, and NVIDIA DRIVE AP2X is leading the way. This Level 2+ automated driving solution still requires a human driver, but incorporates technology from autonomous vehicles to enhance vehicle safety and improve mobility.

A FULL-STACK SOLUTION FOR AUTOMATED DRIVING

DRIVE AP2X includes NVIDIA DRIVE AV autonomous driving software and DRIVE IX Intelligent Experience cockpit software. Each runs on the high-performance, energy-efficient NVIDIA DRIVE Xavier system-on-a-chip (SoC) using DriveWorks acceleration libraries and the DRIVE OS real-time operating system.

DRIVE AV SOFTWARE STACK

This comprehensive software suite uses world-class deep neural networks to perform surround perception, as well as advanced mapping capabilities. DRIVE AV also includes path planning that supports adaptive cruise control with lane changes, merges, fork-handling, and intersection handling.  

DRIVE IX FOR INTELLIGENT COCKPITS

The DRIVE IX SDK transforms the vehicle’s cockpit with an AI assistant and augmented reality. Advanced deep neural networks track the driver’s actions in real-time and provide visual and audible alerts if they become distracted or drowsy. Visualizations also give passengers detailed views of the surrounding environment—ensuring safer, more responsive driving.

SEE DRIVE AP2X IN ACTION

Beyond Highway Driving

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COMING TO ROADS NEAR YOU

NVIDIA DRIVE ecosystem partners are already using the DRIVE AP2X architecture to develop Level 2+ automated driving systems.

ZF

ZF's ProAl scalable autonomous driving solution, which offers a unique modular hardware concept and open software architecture, will go into production in 2021.

Continental

Continental is planning a production-level automated driving architecture based on NVIDIA DRIVE.

Volvo

Next-generation Volvo Cars will rely on the Volvo Core computer powered by NVIDIA DRIVE for Level 2+ automated driving capabilities. Production will start in 2020.

NVIDIA automotive solutions are available to automakers, tier 1 suppliers, startups, and research institutions shaping the future of transportation.