Techman said its TM25S, the latest entry in its TM AI Series S cobots, is suitable for heavier payloads in palletizing and welding.
NVIDIA has created a Jetson Generative AI Lab for developers to use with the latest open-source generative AI models.
Robotics developer Kabilan KB is bringing autonomous navigation to wheelchairs with the aim of helping improve mobility for people with disabilities.
NVIDIA will be reviewing the latest trends, research, and impact of Generative AI on robotics.
SCHUNK and READY Robotics have announced a partnership to develop an Automation Explorer simulation tool using NVIDIA’s Omniverse Platform.
NVIDIA Robotics Research has announced new work that combines text prompts, video input, and simulation to teach robots more efficiently.
On the podcast this week we interview 2023 Joseph F. Engelberger winner Roberta Nelson Shea about her career in robotics safety standards development.
NVIDIA’s latest innovations aim to ride the wave of generative AI advancements made in recent months.
Numurus has joined NVIDIA Metropolis, a partner program focused on bringing vision AI applications to market. NEPI is a commercial, open-source, turnkey OS.
NVIDIA announces new features and capabilities that support the acceleration and growth of AI-based solutions for robotics and simulation.
Soft Robotics applies NVIDIA Isaac Sim’s synthetic data to food processing automation in efforts to improve safety and increase production.
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.
NVIDIA used its Isaac Gym RL robotics simulator to train an Allegro Hand, a lightweight, anthropomorphic robotic hand.
NVIDIA released the latest update to its Isaac Robot Operating System (ROS) software, Developer Preview (DP) 2.
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 US is restricting the sale of the most powerful artificial intelligence processors to China.
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 recently filed a patent that would help self driving cars better identify and react to emergency vehicles.
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’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.
State-of-the-art computing and sensor architecture powered by the new Jetson platform enables next-gen 3D-sensing for AMRs.