AutoSens in Detroit announces full agenda

AutoSens attracts a global audience of automotive engineers

Speakers from Cadence, Intel, NVidia and ST Microelectronics are set to be among the major highlights at the AutoSens automotive sensor exhibition due to be held in Detroit from 22 to 25 May 2017.

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Tegra powers Honda at Paris Motor Show

Honda's in-car infotainment system uses Nvidia's Tegra processor

Nvidia has revealed that its Tegra processor is the brain behind the in-car audio and information system in the 2015 Honda Civic, Civic Tourer and CR-V, which are being revealed to the public at this week’s Paris Motor Show.

NVidia unveils mobile processor for automotive applications

Die shot of the 64bit Tegra K1

NVidia’s latest mobile processor – the Tegra K1 – is an automotive-grade version of the same GPU that powers the world’s ten most energy-efficient supercomputers; the company believes it will help self-driving cars advance into the mass market.

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