Autonomous Driving and GPU Computing
An open source autonomous driving platform provides complete hardware & software solutions that include cloud data services, vehicle, hardware and software platform. Its capabilities in obstacle perception, trajectory planning, vehicle control & operating systems and other functions, as well as the complete set of testing tools will be made available.
Neousys Technology's Nuvo-5095GC GPU computing platform played a major hardware role in Baidu's Apollo, an autonomous driving open platform!
Autonomous driving is slowly becoming a reality and Neousys Nuvo-5095GC can play a major role and contribute significantly to the platform. As GPU computing broadens its' applications, Neousys will place extra effort into industrial-grade GPU systems to accelerate the realization of advanced and intelligent technologies. As the world's first industrial-grade GPU computer with 75W nVidia® GPU graphics card, Intel® 6 th -Gen Core™ processor, Neousys' patented thermal ventilation design and damping bracket, Nuvo-5095GC can function under wide temperature settings ranging from -25℃ to 60℃ and operate under 5Grms/ 5-500 Hz vibration environment. It also accepts a wider range of power inputs from 8 to 35V DC and is fully tested for 24/7 operation.
Baidu Apollo 2.0 Continues to Evolve with Neousys Technology's Nuvo-6108GC at CES 2018!
This year, the Chinese IT heavyweight, Baidu, will launch the long-expected Apollo 2.0 project. It is a comprehensive leap for China's autonomous driving technologies. The recently updated vehicle system boasts added security and stronger positioning, management & cloud simulation capabilities, more than 200 partners support this project. The recommended reference hardware is based on the Nuvo-6108GC GPU embedded computer by Neousys. Nuvo-6108GC supports 6th-Gen Core™ i7/i5 CPU with up to 32 GB ECC/ non-ECC DDR4 memory. To communicate with the CAN invehicle networks, Nuvo-6108GC also provides Two x8, Gen3 PCIe slots for add-on cards. Nuvo-6108GC is world's first industrial-grade GPU computer supporting high-end graphics cards. It's designed to fuel emerging GPU-accelerated applications, such as artificial intelligence, VR and autonomous driving by accommodating nVidia GPU with up to 250W TDP.
Nuvo-6108GC GPU Emededded Computer Installed in a Lincoln MKZ, Part of Baidu's latest Apollo2.0
Perception Demonstration in Dreamview