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NVIDIA introduces its new AGX platform for autonomous systems and medical imaging equipment

By Wong Chung Wee - on 16 Sep 2018, 6:28pm

NVIDIA introduces its new AGX platform for autonomous systems and medical imaging equipment

NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Xavier developer kit. (Source: NVIDIA)

NVIDIA has introduced its new AGX platform that is based on its NVIDIA Xavier AI computing and its NVIDIA Turing Tensor cores. The first platform is the NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Xavier developer kit that is targeted at autonomous driving systems. The kit comprises a DRIVE AGX Xavier car AI module, a vehicle harness to connect the platform to the car, an international power supply, camera sensor, and other accessories. It supports NVIDIA DRIVE software 1.0 that includes DriveWorks modules for sensor abstraction, computer vision, and image processing capabilities.

The NVIDIA Clara AGX platform. (Source: NVIDIA)

Next, the NVIDIA Clara platform aims to incorporate AI into current and future medical imaging instruments. Its main objective is to speed up the processing of images that captured from a myriad of medical instruments that range from ultrasound, endoscopy, mammography, and even CT, MRI and PET machines. The Clara platform will tackle challenges from high-speed sensor processing, image processing, to the reconstruction and visualization of images from the wide range of medical imaging equipment. The NVIDIA Clara platform is touted to be scalable and can even leverage on its NVIDIA Turing Tensor cores for more intensive workloads. It also simplifies the implementation of a “single, GPU-based architecture”.

(Source: NVIDIA)

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