NVIDIA DRIVE AGX

NVIDIA DRIVE AGX self-driving compute platforms are built on NVIDIA Xavier™, the world’s first processor designed for autonomous driving. The auto-grade Xavier system-on-a-chip (SoC) is in production today and architected for safety, incorporating six different types of processors to run redundant and diverse algorithms for AI, sensor processing, mapping and driving.  Leveraging Xavier, DRIVE AGX platforms process data from camera, lidar, radar, and ultrasonic sensors to understand the complete 360-degree environment in real-time, localize itself to a map, and plan a safe path forward.

DRIVE PX Pegasus

NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Pegasus

NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Pegasus™ achieves an unprecedented 320 TOPS of deep learning with an architecture built on two NVIDIA® Xavier™ processors and two next-generation TensorCore GPUs. This energy-efficient, high-performance AI computer runs an array of deep neural networks simultaneously and is designed to safely handle highly automated and fully autonomous driving. No steering wheel or pedals required.

NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Xavier

NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Xavier

NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Xavier delivers 30 TOPS of performance while consuming only 30 watts of power. With the Xavier SoC at its core, it can fuse data from a variety of sensors to anticipate potential hazards on the road, enabling Level 2+ and higher automated driving systems. DRIVE AGX Xavier is the path to production for the autonomous vehicle industry.

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