Bosch and Daimler have been working together to roll out future autonomous cars and have announced that they will source a new AI platform in that effort.
Both companies will source the Drive Pegasus platform AI processors and software from NVIDIA.
The tech will be used to help autonomous and automated vehicle navigate the complex environment of congested city streets.
The Drive Pegasus platform will be provided under the contract that includes processors and software allowing the processing of vehicle-driving algorithms generated by Bosch and Daimler using machine learning methods.
The ECU network will reach a computing capacity that can support hundreds of trillions of operations per second.
The firms note that this is akin to the performance delivered by at least six synchronized and highly advanced desktop computer workstations.