Nvidia and Continental said they’re partnering to create top-to-bottom artificial intelligence (AI) self-driving vehicle systems built on the Nvidia DRIVE platform, with a planned market introduction starting in 2021.
Transportation officials from Michigan and Ontario said they’ve completed North America’s first national cross-border test of automated vehicles.
The company’s “Cruising Chauffeur” function is designed to give vehicles the ability to take over the driving task on highways in accordance with traffic laws.
During a March 28 hearing, members of the House Subcommittee on Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection learned about the advantages of crash-avoidance systems and how the technology is improving safety on the roadways.
Revamped site focuses on proper vehicle maintenance and troubleshooting tips for customers in all markets.