Recently, Volvo and NVIDIA announced their efforts with other companies to develop self-driving vehicle systems.
Engadget reports that we can expect these systems to be implemented by the year 2021.

The new software subsidiary called Zenuity is the brain-child of Volvo’s partnership with Autoliv. They have announced the intention to build Nvidia Drive PX based Artificial Intelligence systems for their autonomous driving electric vehicle systems.

“This is the same module that Tesla already uses and which both Audi and Toyota have begun developing on,”

according to Engadget.

Nvidia is also working with ZF and Hella to develop a non-exclusive autonomous steering system.