Nvidia Releases Updates to Isaac Sim Robotics Platform


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Nvidia has unveiled the newest release of its Isaac Sim simulation application for developing and testing artificial intelligence robots.

Developers and researchers can train AI robots using Isaac Sim for various tasks and use cases in various industries. The app Isaac Sim runs on Nvidia’s main computing platform, Omniverse, which supports digital twins and photorealistic 3D simulations. Numerous other Nvidia applications, including DRIVE Sim for developing autonomous vehicles, are powered by Omniverse. But Isaac was created especially for robotics. Several components for developing AI-based robots are included in the Isaac toolkit.

When using Isaac Sim, the physical robot can be fully trained after the training is completed on a digital twin, which then uploads the data to the robot.

Read More: As the robot era arrives, Nvidia debuts update to its Isaac Sim robotics platform

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