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2018 GTC San Jose

S8636 - Autoware on NVIDIA DRIVE: The Open-Source Self-Driving Platform

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Session Description

We'll present a complete open-source software stack for self-driving vehicles, called Autoware, and its open integration with the NVIDIA DRIVE platform. Autoware implements working modules of localization and 3D mapping with LiDAR and GNSS, object detection and traffic light recognition with deep learning, path planning with lattice and search methods, and vehicle dynamics control. Compute-intensive tasks of these modules are accelerated by using CUDA, and timing-aware tasks are protected by RTOS capabilities. We'll discuss the impact of CUDA acceleration on self-driving vehicles and its performance evaluation. Learn how Autoware enables any by-wire vehicles to become high-quality self-driving vehicles that can operate in real-world environments.


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Autonomous Vehicles
Automotive / Transportation
All technical
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50 minutes
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