Bentley Systems uses NVIDIA Omniverse to create real-time digital twins

Infrastructure engineering software giant Bentley Systems has announced that it’s using NVIDIA Omniverse to create real-time digital twins.

Omniverse is enabling Bentley Systems to create photorealistic digital twins of its massive-scale industrial and civil infrastructure projects. The digital twins provide real-time visualisation and simulation of the projects.

Greg Bentley, CEO of Bentley Systems, said:

“Visualisation and simulation underpin many of the...

Hyundai launches ccOS for its NVIDIA-powered connected cars

Hyundai has launched a new OS for its connected cars powered by NVIDIA’s powerful DRIVE platform.

The new operating system, ccOS, will be rolled out across Hyundai Motor Group – including models from the company’s Kia and Genesis sub-brands – and will be in all vehicles from 2022 onwards.

ccOS was developed in-house by Hyundai in technical cooperation with NVIDIA. The company says all future vehicles “from entry-level to premium” will feature infotainment...

NVIDIA DRIVE shifts to Ampere architecture, supports Level 5 self-driving

NVIDIA is shifting its autonomous car platform DRIVE over to its brand new Ampere architecture.

The capabilities of DRIVE are expanding significantly. DRIVE is no longer just an entry-level ADAS (Advanced driver-assistance systems) solution and can now support complete Level 5 autonomous driving like robotaxis.

DRIVE will now use NVIDIA’s Ampere GPUs which promise to be “the company’s largest leap in performance to date within its eight generations of GPUs,” and...