Host Jack Heslin sits down with Tim Wong, Technical Marketing for Autonomous Vehicles at NVIDIA, to discuss how AI and high-performance computing are enabling the deployment of safe autonomous vehicles.
|High performance compute platforms such as the ones offered by Nvidia are key to the performance of autonomous vehicles. Shown above: An autonomous truck and car being developed by Uber (Image source: Nvidia)|
The Drive to Level 5 podcast investigates the seismic shift toward the autonomous vehicle and the technical advancements necessary to perfect the connected car, from foundational elements down to the component level.
The exploratory series connects with innovators across automotive electronics and embedded systems industries in preparation for the inaugural Drive World Conference & Expo launching in Silicon Valley August 27-29 with North America’s largest embedded systems event, the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC).
Listen below to our fourth interview where host Jack Heslin sits down with Tim Wong, Technical Marketing for Autonomous Vehicles at NVIDIA. Tim and Jack will break down Tim’s Drive World session, “Realizing Autonomy through Sensors, Simulation & Safety,” which is set to cover everything from training AI networks for numerous algorithms, to testing and validating autonomous driving technology in the virtual world as well as in the real-world, to processing and compute inside the vehicle with perception, localization and path planning. Discover how AI and high-performance computing are enabling the deployment of safe autonomous vehicles.
Click here to learn more about Drive World Conference & Expo and to register for the event.
This summer (August 27-29), Drive World Conference & Expo launches in Silicon Valley with North America’s largest embedded systems event, Embedded Systems Conference (ESC). The inaugural three-day showcase brings together the brightest minds across the automotive electronics and embedded systems industries who are looking to shape the technology of tomorrow.
Will you be there to help engineer this shift? Register today!