NVIDIA has unveiled its latest autonomous driving system at this years CES, the NVIDIA Drive PX 2.
The company has said that the new NVIDIA Drive PX 2 delivers 8 teraflops of processing power and has the equivalent processing power of 150 MacBook Pros.
The new system offers 10 times the performance of their previous model and that the system will be used by Volvo who are the first automaker they have teamed up with.
In the world’s first public trial of autonomous driving, the Swedish automaker next year will lease 100 XC90 luxury SUVs outfitted with DRIVE PX 2 technology. The technology will help the vehicles drive autonomously around Volvo’s hometown of Gothenburg, and semi-autonomously elsewhere.
DRIVE PX 2 has the power to harness a host of sensors to get a 360 degree view of the environment around the car.
You can find out more details about the new NVIDIA Drive PX 2 system over at the company’s website at the link below.