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Nvidia introduces 'Drive AutoPilot' Level 2+ automated driving system

Tuesday 8 January 2019 | 10:06 CET | News
Nvidia announced what it calls the world's first commercially available Level 2+ automated driving system, Nvidia Drive AutoPilot, which integrates multiple breakthrough AI technologies that will enable supervised self-driving vehicles to go into production by 2020. At CES 2019, Continental and ZF announced Level 2+ self-driving products based on Nvidia Drive, with production starting in 2020.

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