The NEPI engine comes pre-built with rich capabilities that engineers can leverage to speed up software development.
NVIDIA Robotics Research has announced new work that combines text prompts, video input, and simulation to teach robots more efficiently.
Realtime Robotics has brought in $9.5 million in funding to meet increased demand for its RapidPlan technology.
Intrinsic tested its latest platform and Flowstate with Comau, an Italian-based robot manufacturer and global systems integrator.
Solution enables developers to connect up to 6 cameras, either MIPI or GMSL2 or a combination of both, to enable imaging from multiple angles/perspectives from the RB5.
NVIDIA’s latest innovations aim to ride the wave of generative AI advancements made in recent months.
Groundlight’s $10 million funding round included participation from Madrone, Greycroft Partners and Founders Co-op.
Clearpath Robotics announced Husky Observer, a fully integrated system designed to accelerate inspection solutions.
New features include cloud accessibility, support for ROS 2 Humble and Windows, improved motion generation extension for robot arms and the ability to add human characters to simulation environments.
TÜV SÜD has determined that NVIDIA’s DRIVE OS 5.2 software meets the ISO 26262 ASIL B standard, which targets functional safety in road vehicles’ systems.
Jama Software launched Jama Connect for Robotics, a set of frameworks, example projects and procedural, export and configuration documents.
Every roboticist needs an arsenal of software tools to ensure their robot is running smoothly and visualize everything happening within the robot and around it.
Optimax approached PickNik Robotics for help improving the smoothness and latency of their robots using by using ROS 2.
Robotics Engineering Week’s sessions are focused on critical topics for robotics and automation professionals.
Brain Corp announced the third generation of its autonomy platform for commercial robots, BrainOS.
NVIDIA released the latest update to its Isaac Robot Operating System (ROS) software, Developer Preview (DP) 2.
Clearpath Robotics’ new OutdoorNav technology provides GPS-based navigation for Clearpath’s outdoor mobile robots and third-party vehicles.
Foxglove has continued its week of announcements with news of the company being SOC 2 Type II compliant, and more.
Foxglove, a company creating flexible, user-extensible developer tools, announced that it brought in $15 million in Series A funding.
NVIDIA released Jetson Orin Nano system-on-modules, updated its Nova Orin reference platform for autonomous mobile robots and announced cloud-based availability for its Isaac Sim technology.
The partnership will allow customers to use Realtime Robotics’ motion planning and control software without leaving Siemens Process Simulate.
The US is restricting the sale of the most powerful artificial intelligence processors to China.