Human Horizons, a mobility technology company, has joined hands with NVIDIA to use NVIDIA's advanced DRIVE™ Orin as the core computing chip for intelligent driving in its next-generation of HiPhi Pilot intelligent driver assistance system. The HiPhi range has been committed in keeping drivers and passengers safe with a high degree of safety with dual redundancy for the six major systems of computing, perception, communication, braking, steering, and power supply.
(Human Horizons HiPhi has been committed to keeping drivers and passengers safe with a high degree of safety with dual redundancy for the six major systems of computing, perception, communication, braking, steering, and power supply)
The core computing chip for intelligent driving will be applied to the dual flagship HiPhi Z, a digital GT. As an electric vehicle designed for ultimate driving experience, the HiPhi Z is equipped with extensive intelligent driver assistance functions to ensure safety. The HiPhi Pilot system on the HiPhi Z continues the redundancy design in six major safety systems: computing, sensing, communication, braking, steering, and power supply- to provide aerospace-level safety. It utilizes the powerful AI computing power of NVIDIA DRIVE™ Orin and 32 sensors to provide intelligent driver assistance to reduce driver fatigue on longer trips by appropriate human-machine co-driving scenarios.
(HiPhi Z utilizes advanced AI computing power of NVIDIA DRIVE™ Orin and 32 sensors to provide intelligent driver assistance)
Committed to "redefining human mobility", Human Horizons has always ben committed to optimizing its intelligent driver assistance system by in-house development of core technologies and applying cutting-edge technology and the concept of dual redundancy to its products. Dual flagship products - HiPhi X and HiPhi Z - not only provide users with a TECHLUXE® experience but also keep drivers and passengers safe.
(HiPhi Z, a TECHLUXE® intelligent coupé brings users a TECHLUXE® experience and safeguards safety for the driver and passengers)