Photo: Image of Volvo Cars’ Core Computing System

The core computing system consists of three main computers. They support each other in performing vision processing and artificial intelligence (AI), general computing, and infotainment, respectively. Volvo Cars will gradually separate hardware from software as it moves to core computing. This means that hardware can be swapped more often, allowing new Volvo cars to be equipped with the latest hardware. Volvo Cars is working with leading technology companies to move to in-house development and core computing. Among them are NVIDIA, which is cooperating in the development of core systems, and Google, which is a collaborative development partner of infotainment systems. Volvo Cars aims to successfully collaborate with its respective technology leaders to provide their customers with the best user experience.