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  1. NVIDIA Self-Driving Car Video featuring AStuff Platform
    05 Apr, 2016
    NVIDIA Self-Driving Car Video featuring AStuff Platform
    This video was presented by NVIDIA at the 2016 GPU Technology Conference in San Jose, California. The self-driving vehicle in the video was provided by AutonomouStuff. We're very excited to be a part of this forward momentum in the driverless industry.
  2. AutonomouStuff’s Platform appears in NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference Opening Keynote
    05 Apr, 2016
    AutonomouStuff’s Platform appears in NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference Opening Keynote
    SAN JOSE, CALIF.  ­— NVIDIA Co-Founder and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang kicked off the 2016 GPU Technology Conference with a keynote speech that included an appearance of their deep learning self-driving car provided by AutonomouStuff. The platform, in the form of a black 2016 MKZ, was featured in a video Huang presented to the audience of thousands and showed the improvements made by the self-driving car “after 3,000 miles of learning.” The platform is used to demonstrate NVIDIA’s DRIVE PX — a powerful
  3. Our Automated Research Development Platform in the News
    14 Jan, 2016
    Our Automated Research Development Platform in the News
    While at CES 2016, our newly unveiled Automated Research Development Platform received a lot of attention! Click here to read more about it in PC World.
  4. Our Car is a Hit at CES 2016
    07 Jan, 2016
    Our Car is a Hit at CES 2016
    Our Lincoln MKZ with Velodyne's LiDAR sensors has been a hit at CES this week. It's received loads of attention and even been featured in this interview from Reuters! Check it out!
  5. AutonomouStuff's Automated Research Development Platform at CES
    05 Jan, 2016
    AutonomouStuff's Automated Research Development Platform at CES
    We are thrilled to debut our Automated Research Development Platform this week at CES! The 2016 Lincoln MKZ is equipped with two Velodyne VLP-16s and MobilEye Camera integrated for full 3D, real-time perception, enabling highest-level ADAS features. Click here to learn more.