U Power collaborates with NVIDIA on an open vehicle computing platform that scales from Level 2 to Level 4 of autonomous driving
U Power’s UP SUPER BOARD pushes the boundaries far beyond the industry’s current skateboard frame capabilities. Developed to meet the ever-changing demands for a personalized experience, it incorporates core smart electric vehicle capabilities, including electric propulsion, suspension, steering, smart driving and thermal management. At the heart of the intelligent driving system is pluggable HPVC, to which chips can be added or removed, delivering computing power of up to 1,000 trillion operations per second (TOPS) and beyond.
This highly scalable computing power allows the UP SUPER BOARD to meet level 2 to 4 autonomous driving needs. End users will also be able to continuously improve the computing power of their vehicles.
“Collaborating with NVIDIA will greatly enhance UP SUPER BOARD’s intelligence and advanced driving capabilities. With even greater eco-competence, we will be in a better position to help our customers build first-class smart electric vehicles,” said Paul LiFounder and CEO of U Power.
“NVIDIA is committed to an autonomous future based on AI and accelerated computing,” said Rishi Dhall, vice president of the automotive business at NVIDIA. “NVIDIA is helping U Power create a sustainable new model for developing and manufacturing smart electric vehicles through innovative skateboard chassis technologies.”
U Power’s focus on skateboard chassis innovation enables it to build electric vehicles for every purpose and every individual. As a leader in China skateboard chassis market, U Power launched UP SUPER BOARD and UP SPACE in January to give car manufacturers more freedom.