Volvo and Autoliv have agreed with Nvidia to jointly develop self-driving cars
Last fall, the company Autoliv and Volvo Cars have created a joint venture to develop self-driving cars. This week it became known about the signing of a cooperation agreement between the JV, called Zenuity, and Nvidia.
The aim of cooperation is development of software for self-driving cars. It is expected that Volvo Cars will use it in their own vehicles and Autoliv will be able to sell it to other automakers.
The source recalls that Volvo already uses Nvidia in the development of self-driving cars, since passing the test in Gothenburg.