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NVIDIA Shows Off New Self-Driving Car Chips To Be Used By Deutsche Post DHL & Others

Original story at CleanTechnica• 3 mentions • 1 week ago

CleanTechnica 1 week ago

 
October 11th, 2017 by James AyreThe graphics chipmaker NVIDIA recently unveiled its new platform for self-driving vehicle tech — the third generation of the Drive PX automotive line, code-named Pegasus. The company claimed at the reveal event on Tuesday that the new line represents the first “computer chips for developing fully autonomous vehicles,” and also that it now has over 25 customers that are working on the development of robotaxis, self-driving cars, and/or autonomous long-haul semi trucks. Interestingly, CleanTechnica favorite Deutsche Post DHL Group is now working with the auto parts supplier ZF to deploy a fleet of self-driving delivery ...
 
 
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11 Oct
Tor Valenza @SolarFred
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11 Oct
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11 Oct
Zachary Shahan @zshahan3
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