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2017 GTC San Jose

S7687 - Designing Autonomous Vehicle Applications with Real-Time Multisensor Frameworks

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As embedded software in intelligent vehicles becomes more complex, researchers and engineers need more efficient tools and integration frameworks that simultaneously align ease-of-use, dynamism, execution performance, and portability. We'll introduce Intempora's RTMaps (Real-Time Multisensor applications) framework, which is a component-based design and execution middleware for software development, integration, and testing. This framework reduces software development cycle times and provides easy access to the DRIVE PX 2 capabilities. RTMaps supports most automotive sensors on the market for real-time execution, and also provides recording and synchronized playback capabilities for offline development, testing, and validation. RTMaps is now available on DRIVE PX 2. It offers a drag-and-drop approach for GPU-based computer-vision and AI systems, including an integration of the NVIDIA DriveWorks software modules as independent building-blocks.


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AI for In-Vehicle Applications Computer Vision and Machine Vision Self-Driving Cars
Automotive Software Other
25 minutes
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