Building self-driving cars with DRIVE AGX Orin

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Self-driving car developers say NVIDIA is new DRIVE AGX Orin Developer Kit with DRIVE OS 6We provide access to flexible, scalable, high-performance hardware and software to build the next generation of safer, more efficient transportation.

The NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Orin Developer Kit is now publicly accessible and features a single Orin System-on-Chip (SoC). The AI ​​Computing Platform includes the hardware, software, and sample applications required to develop production-grade self-driving vehicles. The computing platform is modular and shares the same design as NVIDIA Jetson, NVIDIA Isaac, and NVIDIA Clara AGX.

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“Rich automotive I/O gives you the flexibility to extend and iterate your autonomous driving solution. DRIVE AGX Orin includes a base kit for bench development and an add-on vehicle kit for automotive The platform also has a smaller footprint than its predecessor and includes system and accessories in one box, plus NVIDIA DRIVE OS 6 is now available on the NVIDIA DRIVE Developer Downloads page for self-driving A modern operating system specifically for your car is provided.

“NVIDIA DRIVE OS includes NvMedia for sensor input processing, NVIDIA CUDA libraries for efficient parallel computing implementations, and NVIDIA TensorRT for real-time AI inference. The current version available is NVIDIA DRIVE DRIVE OS 6.0.4 with support for sensors included in the Hyperion 8.1 platform architecture Install software using NGC DRIVE OS Docker containers or NVIDIA SDK Manager for faster downloads and streamlined development environment setup You can experience it.”

DRIVE OS 6.0 has the following advantages:

– Development of NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Orin, an advanced software-defined platform for autonomous vehicles
– Production support with DRIVE OS QNX for Safety or DRIVE OS Linux with Safety Extension
– Comprehensive security model:
– PKCS#11
– Secure Boot
– DRIVE Orin Platform Security Controller (PSC)
– Public Key Cryptography (PKC) Algorithm
– Functional Safety Island (FSI)
– High-performance computing acceleration engines such as CUDA, TensorRT, NvMedia, NvStreams
– Ability to develop natively on Ubuntu 20.04 hosts or using Docker containers on Ubuntu 20.04 or 18.04 hosts
– Broad ecosystem of industry partners and experience

Source: NVIDIA

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