Matt Cragun is a product manager in the Autonomous Vehicles group at NVIDIA. For the past decade, he has worked in the automotive and racing industries. Matt holds master’s degrees in business and mechanical engineering from MIT.
Autonomous vehicle simulation poses two challenges: generating a world with enough detail and realism that the AI driver perceives the simulation as real, as well as creating simulations at a… Read article >
Autonomous vehicle development and validation require the ability to replicate real-world scenarios in simulation. At GTC, NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang showcased new AI-based tools for NVIDIA DRIVE Sim… Read article >
The gap between reality and simulation just became narrower. In his keynote at GTC, NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang announced NVIDIA Omniverse Replicator, an engine for generating synthetic data… Read article >
The path to autonomous vehicle deployment is accelerating through the Omniverse. During his opening keynote at GTC, NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang announced the next generation of autonomous vehicle… Read article >
The line between the physical and virtual worlds is blurring as autonomous vehicle simulation sharpens with NVIDIA Omniverse, our photorealistic 3D simulation and collaboration platform. During the GPU Technology Conference… Read article >
NVIDIA’s simulation tools for testing autonomous cars in the virtual world now offer more models for validation. Two key simulation companies — Mechanical Simulation, creator of CarSim and TruckSim, and… Read article >