Volvo goes with Nvidia Xavier for assisted driving

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Volvo has teamed up with Nvidia to use the latter’s Drive AGX Xavier platform in its next generation of cars set to hit the road early next decade.

An earlier partnership between the pair said artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled vehicles would be on the market in 2021.

Although Xavier was touted as being built to handle level 5, or fully autonomous, driving when launched at the start of the year, the companies said that the initial release will be “Level 2+”.

Further, Xavier would be used for “new connectivity services, energy management technology, in-car personalisation options”, the companies said.

“Autopilot done right will bring a jump in safety and driving comfort. Your car will drive you and constantly watch out for

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