NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Orin for Autonomous Vehicles Revealed!

NVIDIA just introduced the DRIVE AGX Orin – a new software-defined platform for autonomous vehicles and robots!

Here is a quick primer on NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Orin, including its key capabilities and specifications!

 

NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Orin for Autonomous Vehicles + Robots

At GTC China 2019, NVIDIA unveiled the DRIVE AGX Orin – the culmination of a four-year development process.

The NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Orin is a new system-on-a-chip (SoC) designed to drive a software-defined platform for automatous machines.

NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Orin for Autonomous Vehicles Revealed!

The Orin is designed to handle large numbers of applications and deep neural networks simultaneously, while achieving systematic safety standards like ISO 26262 ASIL-D.

Built as a software-defined platform, the NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Orin can be used to develop architecturally-compatible platforms that are scalable from Level 2 to Level 5 (full self-driving) vehicles.

Since both Orin and Xavier are programmable through Open CUDA and TensorRT APIs and libraries, developers can work on both, leveraging their investments across both product lines.

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NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Orin Performance

With 17 billion transistors, the Orin combines Arm Hercules CPU cores with NVIDIA GPU cores, as well as new deep learning and computer vision accelerators.

According to NVIDIA, the DRIVE AGX Orin delivers an aggregate performance of 200 trillion operations per second (200 TFLOPS) – almost 7X faster than the previous generation NVIDIA DRIVE Xavier SoC.

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