25 Oct '16, 8pm

Nvidia Drive PX 2 Self Driving Computer Deep Dive

Nvidia Drive PX 2 Self Driving Computer Deep Dive

Nvidia’s lastest device is called the Drive PX 2 and it is 40 times more powerful than the unit it replaces. Equipped with a neural network that makes deep learning possible, the company says it has the computing power of 150 Macbook Pro’s. Its job is to take in all the data fed to it by Tesla’s 8 cameras, 12 upgraded ultrasonic sensors, and a forward looking radar device and assemble it into an accurate graphic representation of the environment around the car it is installed in out to a distance of 250 feet. The Drive PX 2 is liquid cooled to keep its artificial brain from overheating.

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