NVIDIA is primarily engaged in the business of manufacturing graphics processing units (GPUs). The company has two product segments—GPUs and Tegra processors. The GPU segment comprises GeForce, Quadro, Tesla, and GRID. The Tegra processor segment includes Tegra, DRIVE, and SHIELD. The company serves the automotive industry through its deep learning and artificial intelligence segment. Its products in this segment include machine learning, HMI, and image recognition. NVIDIA uses organic and inorganic growth strategies to expand its business and reach customers more efficiently. The company provides AI-based solutions in the automotive industry, particularly to fuel the advancement of self-driving vehicles Request
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NVIDIA has a diverse range of offerings in the automotive AI market, which includes DRIVE PX, DriveWorks, DGX-1, HD Mapping, AI Co-Pilot, and advanced driver assistance systems. NVIDIA gives OEMs, tier-1 suppliers, mapping companies, automotive research institutions, and startups the power and flexibility to develop and deploy AI systems for self-driving vehicles. The company invested 26.55% of its revenue in R&D activity in 2016 with an aim to boost new product development. NVIDIA has partnerships with various automotive companies, including Audi, Toyota, Tesla, Mercedes-Benz, Volvo, Honda, and BMW