The automotive industry is undergoing a seismic disruption where visual computing and artificial intelligence will make future cars safer and easier to navigate. By 2021 it’s projected over 380 million connected cars will be on the road. Internet integration will change the car ownership model creating a new platform for consumers to access content and eventually revolutionizing the auto industry with fully autonomous vehicles.
Connected cars require an enormous amount of computational power that’s close to super computers in carrying out high resolution real-time image recognition and AI computation. Nvidia calls its PX2 module the world’s first AI supercomputer for self-driving cars. KULR serves this market with our lightweight carbon fiber cooling solution. From thermal interface material to liquid cooling heat exchangers, KULR can solve the harsh environmental requirements of automotive applications.