A provider of in-cabin driver and cabin-sensing software, Jungo, has announced that its CoDriver driver monitoring software runs on the NVIDIA DRIVE™ IX platform.
Jungo Connectivity was founded in 2013 as an automotive software divestiture from Cisco Systems. Its CoDriver – in-cabin driver monitoring solution – enables automakers to create safer cars today, and transition into autonomous vehicles of tomorrow.
DRIVE IX is an open platform supporting a wide range of ecosystem partner technologies that enable intelligent driver monitoring, speech recognition and advanced augmented reality. It is designed to deliver this comprehensive set of optimized capabilities to OEMs, Tier 1s and development partners.
An NVIDIA DRIVE IX ecosystem partner, Jungo offers its CoDriver AI software to developers as a ready-to-use solution running on NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Xavier™ platform for both driver monitoring and cabin sensing.
As part of the software stack, the NVIDIA DRIVE IX intelligent experience platform provides a framework for the AI cockpit. It brings together the system, tools, and algorithms to enhance a driver’s situational awareness, assist in driving functions and provide natural interaction between the vehicle and its occupants.
Jungo’s CoDriver was also showcased during GTC, being held at the San Jose Convention Center from March 18-21.
Source: Press Release