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The new Volvo XC90 is equipped from 2022 with chips from NVIDIA. Three years later, the Tech company brings a new evolutionary stage with again more computing power.
The software specialist NVIDIA has now presented a chip under the name Nvidia Drive Atlan a chip for use in autonomous cars. The high performance chip is provided as part of a system that works with artificial intelligence. It can process a computing power of up to 1,000 tops (Trillion Operations by Second, German trillion computing operations per second).
The NVIDIA processor installed in today's cars and commercial vehicles makes 30 of these tops possible. The successor Nvidia Drive Orin with 254 Tops has already been ordered from some manufacturers for production starts in 2022. The evolutionary stage presented is likely to be used from 2025.
truck manufacturers Daimler and Volvo found fuel cell company
Cellcentric is to test fuel cell trucks from 2023. The partners have also terminated series production. © Daimler The hydrogen truck ready for series production: That is the goal of the newly founded company Cellcentric. As early as November , the two heavyweights had agreed to take this step. Cellcentric emerged from the Daimler Group, in which it bundled all fuel cell activities - at that time under the name "Daimler Truck Fuel Cell".
from 2022 In the new Volvo XC90
The first automaker Volvo will use the NVIDIA Drive Orin chip from 2022 a production vehicle. This is the successor to the great SUV XC90, which will be produced in the future in the future. The SPA2 kit, which the upcoming Volvo XC90 is used as the basis, is designed for autonomous driving functions. Depending on the law in the various sales markets, Volvo can then offer driving assistants and autonomous driving.
Henrik Green, Chief Technology Officer at Volvo Cars, says, "We believe in cooperation with the best technology companies in the world (...). Thanks to NVIDIA Drive Orin technology, we bring the security level of our new vehicle generation to a new level.
Tesla admits totally self-driving cars likely aren't happening in 2021 .
An Autopilot engineer told California regulators Tesla may not achieve Level 5 autonomy, despite what CEO Elon Musk predicted in January.The admission comes from a document of exchanges dated May 6 between the California Department of Motor Vehicles and CJ Moore, an Autopilot engineer working for Tesla, released via the legal transparency group PlainSite. "Tesla indicated that Elon is extrapolating on the rates of improvement when speaking about [Level 5] capabilities," part of the memo from the DMV read. "Tesla couldn't say if the rate of improvement would make it to L5 by end of calendar year.