SAN JOSE, Calif., March 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- GTC -- Cognata, Ltd., a leading provider of simulation authoring software, today announced it is one of the ecosystem partners working with NVIDIA to accelerate testing and validation within the automated driving development process.
Cognata and NVIDIA are delivering a wide array of scenario and traffic models for validation using large-scale, hardware-in-the-loop simulation. Cognata will provide AI-powered traffic agents based on real-world driver behavior and an interface for easy creation of highly-realistic scenarios to advance autonomous vehicle (AV) development on the NVIDIA DRIVE Constellation™ platform.
Using the computing power of two different servers, DRIVE Constellation can generate millions of miles of AV testing in bit-accurate simulation. The first server runs DRIVE SIM™ software to simulate a self-driving vehicle's sensors, while the second server contains the powerful DRIVE AGX Pegasus™ AI car computer, processing the simulated data as if it were actually driving on the road.
Cognata's solution leverages AI, deep learning, and computer vision to create a realistic traffic environment, where virtual cars behave just as they would in the real world.
"Cognata and NVIDIA are creating a robust solution that will efficiently and safely accelerate autonomous vehicles' market entry," Cognata CEO Danny Atsmon says. "Highly accurate and scalable traffic model simulation technology is essential to validate autonomous vehicle systems within nearly infinite combinations of real-world scenarios."
Bit-accurate simulation not only reduces testing time and cost, but also produces better product quality and increases safety. This integration makes new, more advanced scenarios possible and simplifies the process of creating them.
"NVIDIA and Cognata share the vision of using large-scale, cloud-based, open simulation to thoroughly and safely train and test self-driving cars under endless challenging situations," said Zvi Greenstein, general manager at NVIDIA. "This offering will help accelerate the safe deployment of autonomous vehicles."
The integration will be on display at GTC in San Jose this week at booth #149.
Cognata provides the fast lane to autonomous driving with its testing and evaluation solution for self-driving vehicles—a realistic automotive simulation platform where virtual cars travel virtual roads in virtual cities, all remarkably true to real-world conditions. Working with some of the largest autonomous vehicle makers in the world, Cognata brings the disruptive power of artificial intelligence and computer vision to the ADAS and autonomous driving simulation world and shaves years off the verification and validation process. For more information, visit http://www.cognata.com.
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