The D456 is the second IP65-rated camera in Intel’s D400 stereo product line, adding a USB interface option for easier out-of-the-box integration.
During his talk at RoboBusiness, Dr. Paolo Pirjanian, the CEO and Founder of Embodied, will explain the considerations going into this new iteration of Moxie.
Intel Capital’s $9 million equity investment in Figure’s humanoid, Figure 01, will boost growth and commercialization since its inception less than a year ago.
On the podcast, Christine Boles, VP and GM of Intel’s Industrial Solutions discusses the key technologies available for robotics development and future technologies.
Software SRAM enables developers with a new and innovative way to control the contents of cache directly, protecting critical data from eviction by noisy neighbors or even threads within the same application.
Epson’s Robots offer customers value and simplicity through Motion Ai’s manufacturers and Premier Automation Solutions
Intel Labs collaborated with the Computer Vision Center in Spain, Kujiale in China, and the Technical University of Munich to develop the Simulator for Photorealistic Embodied AI Research (SPEAR).
Intel Labs introduced a new approach to neural network-based object learning that uses interactive online object learning methods.
Intel develops advanced simulation solutions to help bridge the gap from virtual to real-world environments for off-road vehicles.
The Intel RealSense D405 Depth Camera is a short-range stereo camera that could be used for automated inspection and high precision pick and place for small objects at close range.
Mobileye recently shipped its 100 millionth EyeQ® system-on-chip, unveiled its production robotaxi, and scaled its autonomous vehicle testing across multiple cities around the world covering the U.S., Europe and Asia.
The round was led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2, and included support from Saudi Aramco P7 Venture Fund and the Yuanjing Vision Plus Capital.
Cornerstone Capital, a Chinese private equity investment institution, led the funding round for Yuanhua Intelligent Technologies.
Festo, a Magswitch distribution partner since 2019, reports surging interest in the E-Series of intelligent magnetic grippers from Magswitch.
The Intel RealSense D415, D435, D435i, and D44 depth cameras are available from Clearpath’s online store.
New support allows full integration of vision-based 3D mapping in ROS 2 designs.
This episode of The Robot Report Podcast features an interview with Realtime Robotics CEO George Konidaris
An engineer at the Southwest Research Institute never had any luck using Intel RealSense cameras. But that all changed with the D455 stereo depth camera.
In the end-of-life notice, Intel reiterated it will “continue to sell the stereo products to current distribution customers.”
In this week’s episode, Steve and Mike discuss the Intel RealSense news; the reveal of the Tesla humanoid robot, and interview Stratom CEO Mark Gordon.
Intel now says the RealSense business unit is winding down and the LiDAR, Facial Authentication and Tracking product lines will reach end of life this month. However, most of the stereo products will “continue.”
RealSense has been a go-to for industry and academia for low-cost, high-quality depth sensing.