NVIDIA announces new features and capabilities that support the acceleration and growth of AI-based solutions for robotics and simulation.
Soft Robotics mGripAI uses simulation to train in NVIDIA Isaac Sim
Soft Robotics applies NVIDIA Isaac Sim’s synthetic data to food processing automation in efforts to improve safety and increase production.
NVIDIA upgrades Isaac Sim robotics simulation tool
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.
NVIDIA DRIVE OS earns safety certification
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.
NVIDIA teaches dexterity to a robot hand
NVIDIA used its Isaac Gym RL robotics simulator to train an Allegro Hand, a lightweight, anthropomorphic robotic hand.
NVIDIA adds AMR fleet management tools to Isaac ROS
NVIDIA released the latest update to its Isaac Robot Operating System (ROS) software, Developer Preview (DP) 2.
NVIDIA releases robotics development tools at GTC
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.
How AI chipset bans could impact Chinese robotics companies
The US is restricting the sale of the most powerful artificial intelligence processors to China.
Fraunhofer taps NVIDIA’s simulation skills to improve robot designs
The Germany-based research group’s O3dyn platform uses NVIDIA simulation technologies to create robots with a rich feature set for logistics, manufacturing and more.
Nvidia patent helps autonomous cars detect emergency vehicles
Nvidia recently filed a patent that would help self driving cars better identify and react to emergency vehicles.
NVIDIA, Ready Robotics look to simplify automation deployments
Ready Robotics’ Forge/OS 5 universal operating system now works with NVIDIA’s Omniverse Isaac Simulator. NVIDIA also made an undisclosed investment into Ready Robotics.
NVIDIA to discuss edge to cloud computing at Robotics Summit
NVIDIA’s director of product management Amit Goel will be giving a session at the Robotics Summit on May 11 from 3:00 PM to 3:45 PM.
NVIDIA accelerates mobile robot development with Isaac Nova Orin
State-of-the-art computing and sensor architecture powered by the new Jetson platform enables next-gen 3D-sensing for AMRs.
NVIDIA announces availability of Jetson AGX Orin Developer Kit
NVIDIA has over one million developers now deploying on Jetson with John Deere, Medtronic, Hyundai Robotics, Komatsu, Meituan among early adopters
NVIDIA announces Isaac AMR platform
NVIDIA’s AMR system is targeted at large deployments in big facilities, where mapping can be time consuming.
How NVIDIA, Open Robotics are improving ROS 2
NVIDIA and Open Robotics are enabling ROS 2 to run on Jetson processors for perception, modeling, and training to ease robotics development.
NVIDIA releases Isaac simulation on Omniverse
NVIDIA releases the Isaac Sim version of its NVIDIA Omniverse simulation software, including new features to help train machine learning models.
Nvidia to acquire high-definition map maker DeepMap
Nvidia has agreed to acquire precision mapping technology provider DeepMaps for an undisclosed amount. The deal adds to Nvidia’s growing set of autonomous vehicle technologies.
Isaac Gym is NVIDIA’s reinforcement learning accelerator for robotics
NVIDIA said its Isaac Gym simulation software is designed to provide end-to-end reinforcement learning for robotics developers.
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NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Orin to power next generation of Einride autonomous Pods
Einride said NVIDIA’s Orin processors will help make the next generation of its autonomous Pods for freight transport safer and more functional.
NVIDIA Jetson can enable hybrid edge/cloud processing for robots, says Formant CEO
When using Jetson devices, Formant users can now enable real-time video and image analytics in the cloud and perform PII scrubbing at the edge, writes CEO Jeff Linnell in this column.