Drive IX is the artificial intelligence layer that Nvidia says will enable automakers to incorporate automotive data into the user experience and operational controls of the vehicle.
Notably, the first samples of the Xavier Drive will be rolled out in 2018's first quarter.
"We developed the entire stack of autonomous vehicle software", Huang said.
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Diess added, "Autonomous driving, zero-emission mobility and digital networking are virtually impossible without advances in AI and deep learning".
Nvidia believes that its technology has a role to play in reducing accidents as well as increasing capacity on the road by cutting down the necessity of multiple auto ownership and enabling road transportation to become a lot more efficient. CEO Jensen Huang describes the Pegasus, powered by two of the company's powerful Drive Xavier chips, as a "Level 5 self-driving auto". Jensen Huang, Chief Executive of Nvidia, made an announcement about the two new platforms with his CES keynote address. It's already working with the likes of electric vehicle pioneer Tesla and China's Baidu.
Nvidia is increasing its space in the world of autonomous vehicles and has attracted a huge amount of customers.
As of now, 320 companies involved in self-driving cars are making use of Nvidia Drive, formerly known as the Drive PX2.
Also at the conference, Nvidia announced a collaboration with startup Aurora to develop a Level 4 and Level 5 autonomous-vehicle hardware platform using the Drive Xavier processor. Such a combination of raw processing power and conservative energy use is said to make it a top candidate for consumer-ready autonomous driving solutions, with NVIDIA also being quick to boast about its other features such as a wide variety of supported connectors meant to make the chip more versatile in regards to third-party sensor compatibility.