In an announcement timed to coincide with its 2019 GPU Technology Conference in San Jose this week, Nvidia today said that it’s making , its cloud-based autonomous vehicle simulation platform, generally available.

It comes months after Nvidia seeded to simulation partners (in September), and weeks after Uber open-sourced , the web-based platform for vehicle data used by its Advanced Technologies Group, or ATG (the division charged with developing its autonomous car platform).

Drive Constellation made its premiere at last year’s GTC, where Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang broke it down into its component parts onstage. Constellation taps two different kinds of servers, the first of which (Constellation Simulator) powers Nvidia Drive Sim — a software platform that simulates a driverless car’s sensors — and the second

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