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  1. AnthonyLR

    Mercedes NVIDIA partnership

    Mercedes-Benz and NVIDIA to Build Software-Defined Computing Architecture for Automated Driving Across Future Fleet I saw this yesterday and it sounds like Mercedes accepting it cannot catch Tesla. Without vertical integration of software development with hardware they won’t innovate quickly...
  2. G

    FSD chip and VIN number

    Is there a way to check if my model 3 has the new FSD chip or the old Nvidia chip? If I have the Nvidia chip, will I be able to upgrade at some point? Thanks Geff
  3. J

    Intel chipset for Model S/X infotainment?

    We know that the model 3s infotainment system is Intel-powered. Tesla switches from NVIDIA to Intel for its infotainment systems Do we know when the model S/X infotainment system will be upgraded from the old Tegra chipset to Intel? J.
  4. lunitiks

    The Tesla / Mobileye story

    So this is not exactly hot news... More like funeral memorial words :confused: I never really understood what happened between with Mobileye and Tesla. I mean truthfully: When and why did they actually decide to break up? Who took the initiative? Why would Mobileye want to leave Tesla, with...
  5. lunitiks

    Autopilot simulation!

    I think this topic deserves a thread of its own. In September 2017, Mike and @Caleb Elston at the Tesla Show did an excellent podcast on Autopilot simulation (highly recommended listening). I was struck by the huge potential this simulation stuff seems to have. Please note that there's...
  6. fasteddie7

    Limitations of the nvidia px2 and hw1

    After reading this article today in electrek: First picture of Tesla’s new NVIDIA onboard supercomputer for Autopilot installed in a car It seems that the current hw2 vehicles can realistically achieve level 4 with the processing power of the current chipset, and although a swap out for newer...
  7. T

    NVidia Booth CES 2017

    Prominently Front and Center of NVidia's booth. Owners should be proud. All other "announced" cars are years behind self driving, electronic power train, etc. NVidia Booth CES 2017 by TechVP posted Jan 7, 2017 at 1:55 PM Image by TechVP posted Jan 7, 2017 at 1:55 PM Image by TechVP...
  8. F

    US$15.000 NVIDIA DRIVE PX 2 supercomputer in every Tesla?

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but from what I've been picking up, the new autonomous capabilities in every new Tesla vehicle are powered by an NVIDIA Drive PX 2 processing unit. Each unit is liquid cooled supercomputer and as powerful as "150 Macbook Pros" (quote from NVIDIA CEO at CES 2016). BUT...