SKTelecom has formed a partnership with Nvidia to jointly develop self-drivingcar technologies. On May 11, Park Sung-ho, CEO of SK Telecom, and Jensen Huang,CEO of Nvidia signed a strategic agreement to promote a joint self-driving carproject at San Jose.
Underthe terms of this agreement, the two parties will cooperate in various areas,including 3D high-precision map (HD Map), next-generation 5G network-basedvehicle telecommunication (V2X etc.), and self-driving platforms.
SKTelecom has a variety of telecom services for vehicles and future technologies,including T Map's big data analysis algorithm, V2X, high-precision position measuringtechnology, and ultra-low latency 5G network.
Thesetechnologies will be integrated with Nvidia's hardware and softwaretechnologies, including vehicle-mountable AI computer Nvidia Drive PX2 andartificial intelligence super computer Nvidia DGX-1.
SKTelecom plans to expand a driverless car-related ecosystem in collaborationwith other companies, including Nvidia.
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