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Nvidia to Enter Driver-Assistance Market

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May 19, 2020—Nvidia, whose semiconductors power data centers, autonomous cars and robots, is entering the market for driver-assistance technology, reported Reuters.

The "robo-taxis" market that Nvidia was working in, are years away from mass adoption while driver-assistance features are available on high-end vehicles. The shift in strategy is aimed at meeting the existing needs of automakers that struggle with maintaining two systems - one for the driver assistance available today, and one for more advanced self-driving technology for the future, according to the report.

The Nvidia system would allow automakers to use one system for both driver-assistance features and more advanced self-driving technology. 


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