Introducing NVIDIA DRIVE AGX DevKit: Open, Scalable Platform for Autonomous Driving

| September 12, 2018

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At GTC Japan, in the heart of the robotics revolution, we introduced today the NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Xavier Developer Kit, a platform for building autonomous driving systems.This open, scalable software and hardware solution enables companies to seamlessly develop and test customized autonomous driving technology, streamlining production.“After several years of working on an autonomous driving computer, the DRIVE AGX Xavier DevKit is now available to order,” said NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang on stage at GTC Japan. “The development of autonomous vehicles is now turbocharged.”

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