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NVIDIA Announces Next-Generation Drive AGX Orin Platform With Graphics Chip

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NVIDIA is widely known as a manufacturer of graphics cards, but there are other equally large-scale developments in the company's portfolio. 


NVIDIA Announces Next-Generation Drive AGX Orin Platform With Graphics Chip

The vendor's assortment has been supplemented by the new Drive AGX Orin chip - an advanced computing platform with a record number of transistors, the announcement date of which has already been announced by the manufacturer.

NVIDIA Announces Next-Generation Drive AGX Orin Platform With Graphics Chip

The Orin single-chip platform, consisting of 17 billion transistors, is built on the basis of Arm Hercules processor cores (Cortex-A78) with the support of the new generation NVIDIA graphics processor, as well as deep learning accelerators and computer vision. 

The total computing power of the chip is up to 200 trillion operations per second: almost 7 times more than the previous generation SoC, code-named Xavier.

The new feature is the ability to scale from the second (partial) to the fifth (full) level of automation of unmanned vehicles and robots. Orin, like Xavier, is programmed using the open interfaces and the CUDA and TensorRT libraries, allowing developers to create turnkey solutions without spending time making devices from scratch.

“Creating a safe, self-contained vehicle is perhaps the biggest computing challenge for society,” said Jensen Huang, founder and CEO of NVIDIA.

NVIDIA Announces Next-Generation Drive AGX Orin Platform With Graphics Chip

NVIDIA also introduced TensorRT 7 software, a development package for interactive AI applications. It accelerates the components of interactive AI by more than 10 times compared to the CPU, reducing latency to 300 ms - this is the minimum threshold that is necessary for interactions with interfaces in real-time. 

In addition, the company announced the opening of access by the transport industry to its deep NVIDIA DRIVE (DNN) neural networks, designed to create autonomous vehicles.

In addition to opening access to DNN, NVIDIA announced the availability of tools for modifying neural networks using its data sets and target set of characteristics using various methods:

  • Active training - increases the accuracy of the model, and reduces the cost of data collection due to the automation of data selection using AI
  • Joint training - allows companies to use data sets in different countries and companies while maintaining proprietary rights and data confidentiality
  • Learning transfer - allows DRIVE users to accelerate the development of their data collection software and improve network data for their applications and goals

According to NVIDIA, the DRIVE AGX Orin product line for the production of unmanned vehicles will appear on the market in 2022.


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