Drive PX2 Is a Huge Step Forward for NVIDIA Corporation

NVIDIA’s water-cooled self-driving car computer. Image source: NVIDIA.  In March 2015, graphics specialist NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA) unveiled a development platform known as DRIVE PX, which it said would become available a few months later. DRIVE PX is a hardware and software development platform that handles all of the complex calculations to allow a car to drive itself. The initial DRIVE PX was powered by a pair of the company’s Tegra X1 chips. This year, at a pre-CES press conference, the company unveiled its next-generation autonomous driving platform, which it calls, unsurprisingly, DRIVE PX2. It’s quite a huge step forward for the graphics specialist. Let’s take a closer look at it. It’s far more than a pair of Tegra chips this time around The prior-generation DRIVE PX had “only” two Tegra processors,…

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