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NVIDIA Releases Isaac Sim 2022.1 to Bridge the Simulation to Reality Gap for Robotics Developers
NVIDIA Isaac Sim 2022.1 includes new and expanded features for collaborative robots, digital twins of industrial environments, easier programming, and working with Gazebo and Windows.

Automate 2022 Vendors Focus on Interoperability and Systems Integration
Robot sales are up across North America, reported A3, and there was plenty of activity around industrial automation, mobile robots, and the connecting software during Automate 2022.

SIP Global Partners Teams Up With NVIDIA on Investment Round for READY Robotics
READY Robotics' investment round came a week after NVIDIA announced that Omniverse Isaac Sim is now integrated into the Forge/OS software for controlling robots.

NVIDIA’s Isaac Sim Now Integrated Into Ready Robotics’ Forge/OS
In its mission to make a universal operating system compatible with any robot, Ready Robotics has teamed up with NVIDIA and integrates its application technology into its operating system.

International Federation of Robotics Roundtable at Automate to Focus on Robots Transforming the Economy
The International Federation of Robotics is sponsoring a panel at Automate in Detroit on how automation is helping North American industry adapt to numerous challenges.

How NVIDIA Isaac Sim and BenchBot Can Make Robotics Development Easier
Three researchers at the Queensland University of Technology's Centre for Robotics discuss how BenchBot and NVIDIA Isaac Sim can help developers.

NVIDIA Improves Perception Performance for ROS 2 Applications
NVIDIA has partnered with Open Robotics on type adaptation and type negotiation, features to improve compute performance for robot perception. It's also presenting at ICRA.

Cogniteam Raises Series A Funding to Enhance Nimbus Low-Code AI for Robotics
Cogniteam, which says its Nimbus platform can accelerate robot development from a process that can take up to six years, plans to grow its product development and sales teams.

6 Robotics Experts Reflect on MODEX 2022
MODEX 2022 was one of the first big in-person trade shows in a long time. Exhibitors, speakers, and attendees discuss their favorite robots, new trends, and more.

Seoul Robotics Joins NVIDIA Metropolis Partner Program to Fuel 3D Perception Services
Seoul Robotics is now an official partner of NVIDA’s Metropolis partner program, which was created to make advances to visual data and artificial intelligence.

NVIDIA Announces Jetson AGX Orin Developer Kit and Isaac Nova Orin for Mobile Robots at GTC 2022
NVIDIA announced at GTC Spring 2022 its Jetson AGX Orin developer kit, which is eight times faster than Jetson AGX Xavier, and the new Isaac Nova Orin for 3D robotic perception.

Serve Robotics Launches Level 4 Autonomous Robots for Sidewalk Deliveries
With technology from partners including NVIDIA and Ouster, Serve Robotics says its next-generation delivery robots mark a milestone for commercial autonomous vehicles.

Cogniteam’s Nimbus Supports Cloud-Enabled Robot Deployment With NVIDIA Jetson Edge AI
Cogniteam integrates NVIDIA Isaac GEMs into Nimbus, streamlining robotics from development to deployment using the NVIDIA Jetson platform and ROS support.

NVIDIA Offers Isaac AMR Platform to Aid $10T Logistics Industry
NVIDIA Isaac AMR includes DeepMap for mapping, Metropolis for situational awareness, and ReOpt for fleet optimization of autonomous mobile robots.

TuSimple Develops Autonomous Domain Controller for Level 4 Trucks Using NVIDIA Drive Orin
TuSimple says it is working with NVIDIA to develop a scalable, production-ready autonomous domain controller to accelerate deployment of its self-driving truck network.



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