NVIDIA Releases Isaac Sim 2022.1 to Bridge the Simulation to Reality Gap for Robotics Developers
June 17, 2022
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.
SIP Global Partners Teams Up With NVIDIA on Investment Round for READY Robotics
June 16, 2022
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
June 8, 2022
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.
Realtime Robotics Executives to Share Insights on Improving Automation and Limiting Downtime at Automate 2022
June 2, 2022
Realtime Robotics' RapidPlan motion-planning software for safe operations of industrial robots will be demonstrated at Kawasaki and Mitsubishi's Automate booths.
READY Robotics, Futura Automation Partner to Aid Manufacturers in Western U.S.
December 3, 2021
Futura Automation has joined READY Robotics' network of distributors and integrators and will include the Forge/OS software to help manufacturers apply automation to new applications.
eKentucky Advanced Manufacturing Institute Opens New Training Center, Adds Robotics Coursework
June 3, 2021
eKAMI is opening a new Robotics Center in Eastern Kentucky that will include hands-on experience with a variety of robot arms and mobile robots to retrain workers for rewarding careers.
READY Robotics Releases Forge/OS 5 Open Platform for Controlling Robots and Peripherals
May 11, 2021
Forge/OS 5 is designed to enable manufacturers to intuitively program more than 250 different robot models and thousands of peripherals.
eKAMI Advanced Robotic Instruction Project Receives $3M for Second Training Facility
March 23, 2021
eKAMI, the eKentucky Advanced Manufacturing Institute, has received state funding to build a center to retrain incarcerated individuals for robotics and automation.