Kalray Works Puts its MPPA Manycore Processor into Self-Driving Vehicles

BRUSSELS – Kalray showcases its Massively Parallel Processor Array (MPPA®) processors for autonomous vehicles. In order to deliver passengers safely to their destinations, self-driving vehicles need microprocessors that are both powerful and reliable, ensuring faultlessly high levels of performance and safety. With a determinist architecture and extremely low latency, Kalray's MPPA® is particularly well-equipped for use in autonomous vehicles.

Kalray has begun working with some of the automotive industry's key manufacturers to put its MPPA® technology at the heart of the electronics systems of their new fleets of self-driving vehicles. Because the MPPA® processor brings together a rare combination of high performance, guaranteed safety and low power consumption, these vehicles are able to perform multiple, diverse tasks in parallel, without sacrificing safety or performance. Kalray's processor performs the following tasks:
•sensor fusion
•deep learning
•network security

To learn more about Kalray and its technology, visit http://www.kalrayinc.com
 

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