As much of the world continues to conduct business from home, NVIDIA's autonomous test vehicles are hard at work in the cloud. During the GTC 2020 keynote , NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang demonstrated how NVIDIA DRIVE technology is being developed and tested in simulation. While physical testing is temporarily paused, the cloud-based NVIDIA DRIVE Constellation platform makes it possible to dispatch virtual vehicles in virtual environments to continue making great progress in self-driving technology. In the video demonstration, a virtual NVIDIA BB8 test vehicle drives near NVIDIA headquarters in Silicon Valley, traveling through highways and urban streets — all in simulation. The 17-mile loop shows the NVIDIA DRIVE AV Software navigating the roadways, pedestrians and traffic in a highly accurate replica environment. Data Center Proving Ground NVIDIA DRIVE Constellation is a cloud-based simulation platform, designed from the ground up to support the development and validation of autonomous vehicles. The data center-based platform consists of two side-by-side servers. The first server uses NVIDIA GPUs running DRIVE Sim software and generates the sensor output from the virtual car driving in a virtual world. The second server contains the actual vehicle computer, processing the simulated sensor data running the exact same DRIVE AV… Read full this story
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