On Tuesday, TuSimple, a global autonomous driving technology company, has expanded its ongoing partnership with NVIDIA to design and develop an advanced autonomous domain controller (ADC).
On Thursday, Shanghai-based laser guidance system developer Hesai Technology announced its cooperation with NVIDIA.
QCraft said on Wednesday that the company will adopt U.S. computer graphics giant Nvidia’s Drive Orin automotive system-on-a-chip to power its third-generation Level 4 self-driving hardware solution.
Autonomous transport start-up Plus has carried out the first test of its kind for fully driverless trucks in China’s eastern province of Jiangsu and has secured a deal with Amazon to provide at least 1,000 autonomous delivery vehicles.
On Dec. 15, GPU inventor NVIDIA announced at its GPU Technology Conference (GTC) that it will work with Chinese retail giant JD.com to build the first smart city with the world’s first level-4 smart delivery vehicle application.
Leading domestic EV manufacturer Li Auto signed a tripartite strategic cooperation agreement today with NVIDIA.
Leading domestic electric vehicle startup Li Auto will hold a strategic cooperation signing ceremony on Sept. 22 with chip-making giant Nvidia.
On December 18, DiDi and NVIDIA announced a cooperation agreement. Didi will use NVIDIA’s technology to develop autonomous driving and cloud computing solutions.
On Nov. 21, XPENG Motors, the electric vehicle startup announced that it has signed a strategic partnership agreement with NVIDIA, the world’s leader in AI computing, and NVIDIA’s Chinese partner Desay SV to jointly develop Level 3 autonomous driving technology tailored to the driving environment in China.
Wang Jingao, head of Apollo research and development, announced at the Baidu World Conference in Las Vegas today that Apollo 2.0 is officially open.