Everything that moves will one day be autonomous, transforming industries and creating new business models.
The NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference brings together the leaders, researchers and developers who are building this self-driving future. The virtual conference also features experts from industries transformed by AI, such as healthcare, robotics and finance.
And it’s all free to attend.
GTC attendees will be the first to hear the latest NVIDIA news during the opening keynote on Nov. 9, delivered by CEO and founder Jensen Huang.
The rest of the week features more than 500 sessions covering autonomous vehicles, AI, supercomputing and more. Conference-goers will have the opportunity to network and learn from in-house experts on the latest in AI and self-driving development.
Here’s a sneak peek at what to expect at GTC:
The NVIDIA DRIVE ecosystem encompasses automakers, suppliers, software startups, mapmakers and sensor companies building safe and efficient self-driving solutions.
At GTC, attendees can experience this rich network of companies and hear how they’re using GPU technology to transform transportation. These sessions include:
- Nils Jager, president and head of Volvo Autonomous Solutions at Volvo Group, outlines how self-driving commercial vehicles are opening up new business models.
- Ödgärd Andersson, CEO of Zenseact, explains how the supplier is developing, validating and continuously improving AV software to deliver safer, more efficient transportation.
- Paul Newman, founder and CTO at Oxbotica, details how high-fidelity simulation can help address training and validation bottlenecks in autonomous vehicle development.
- Guillaume Binet, vice president of Software Infrastructure at Motional, will discuss in a fireside chat how his company is building a robust AI software infrastructure for near-term driverless deployment.
- Matthew Cragun, senior product manager at NVIDIA, showcases the latest software capabilities and synthetic data generation with NVIDIA DRIVE Sim on Omniverse.
Fueling Developers’ DRIVE
In addition, conference-goers will have access to in-depth talks from NVIDIA experts on autonomous vehicle development.
The NVIDIA DRIVE Developer Day, which kicks off GTC on Nov. 8, showcases the end-to-end development capabilities of the DRIVE platform and is led by those building the technology within NVIDIA.
These sessions include topics such as software development, deep neural network optimization, automated parking and mapping.
This virtual content is available to anyone — register for free today and seize the opportunity to experience the autonomous future.