BMW signs up with Nvidia for navigation Video
BMW signs up with Nvidia for navigation Video Transcript
-I'm Wayne Cunningham for CNET. This is the new navigation system that could appear in BMW's new cars. BMW just signed a deal with NVIDIA to provide their Tegra 2 processor in next-generation BMW navigation systems. This is a concept which we are looking at in a BMW 550. This concept in navigation system is built by a company called Visioglobe, although it is not specified that BMW will actually use this company for their navigation systems, but this demonstrates what the NVIDIA Tegra processor can do in a BMW with real 3D navigation. I'm Wayne Cunningham for CNET.
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