Autonomous vehicles also known as self-driving vehicles use an in-vehcile computer include artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm, LiDAR, RADAR, sensors and cameras to sense the surrounding environment and navigate by forming an active 3D map of that environment. The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) defines 6 levels of driving automation ranging from 0 (fully manual) to 5 (fully autonomous). There are different levels of autonomy ranging from semi-autonomous that require driver assistance to fully autonomous, which does not require a human operator.
The computing performance of the computation unit is crucial as it involves: camera and sensor data collection, data interpretation, data fusion, AI action planning, decision making and car control command issuance immediately. Meanwhile, it is crucial to keep high performance GPU real-time computing and enhance storage capacity for data recording under harsh vehicle installation environment.
Our autonomous in-vehicle server computers are designed for autonomous truck, last mile service, fixed-point driving and Robotaxi.
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