MAYFLOWER - NVIDIA
Nvidia - Graphic engines power millions of computers. AI is enabling new applications that were previously considered science fiction - and impacting nearly every industry. Autonomous machines take advantage of AI to solve some of the world’s toughest problems. The NVIDIA Jetson™ platform gives you the tools to develop and deploy AI-powered robots, drones, IVA applications, and other autonomous machines that think for themselves.
Launched at Computex 2018 by NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang, NVIDIA Isaac includes new hardware, software and a virtual-world robot simulator.
At the heart of NVIDIA Isaac is Jetson™ Xavier™, the world’s first computer designed specifically for robotics. With more than 9 billion transistors, it delivers over 30 TOPS (trillion operations per second) — more processing capability than a powerful workstation while using a third the energy of a lightbulb.
NVIDIA provides a toolbox for the simulation, training, verification and deployment of Jetson Xavier. This
robotics software consists of:
- Isaac IMX – Isaac Intelligent Machine Acceleration applications, a collection of NVIDIA-developed robotics algorithm software.
- Isaac Sim – a highly realistic virtual simulation environment for developers to train autonomous machines and perform hardware-in-the-loop testing with Jetson Xavier.
Changing What’s Possible for a Variety of Industries
With this level of AI computing power at the edge,
autonomous machines can perceive the world around them with superhuman capabilities, detecting and recognizing their surroundings from sensors of all kinds.
The NVIDIA Jetson Xavier developer kit, which includes the Isaac robotics software, will be priced at $1,299, with early access starting in August from distributors worldwide.
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