NVIDIA Tegra Architecture

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  1. Kaotik

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    But nothing new, there's several (I'm guessing 10-20 + their clones) drones out there that follow you without any tethers for quite some time already without any fancy Tegras. Here's one "shopping guide" from last fall on drones that include the feature to follow a person http://www.dronesglobe.com/guide/follow-me/
     
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    Probably to process all the data from all those cameras used for collision avoidance, it needs a more powerful processor than whatever is common in other drones?

    I think the DJIs have at most one in the front, one in the back and maybe one facing down to monitor for objects to avoid?

    So this thing may be kind of overkill, though I guess it's going to navigate a forest better than other drones, as they show in that video of the gymnast doing flips and summersaults through the forest.
     
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    Tesla AutoPilot v2.5 PCB is showing NVIDIA Pascal and Two Parker Chips

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    http://www.guru3d.com/news-story/te...owing-nvidia-pascal-and-two-parker-chips.html
     

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