Six smart robots to be shown at NVIDIA GTC 2020

Posted on Thursday, Feb 20 2020 @ 12:31 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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At the company's blog, NVIDIA reveals that at least six interesting smart robots will be shown at its GTC 2020 event:
Among what you’ll see at GTC 2020:

  • a robotic dog that sniffs out trouble in complex environments such as construction sites
  • a personal porter that lugs your stuff while it follows your footsteps
  • a man-sized bot that takes inventory quickly and accurately
  • a short, squat bot that hauls as much as 2,200 pounds across a warehouse
  • a delivery robot that navigates sidewalks to bring you dinner

    “What I find interesting this year is just how much intelligence is being incorporated into autonomous machines to quickly ingest and act on data while navigating around unstructured environments that sometimes are not safe for humans,” said Amit Goel, senior product manager for autonomous machines at NVIDIA and robot wrangler for GTC 2020
  • There will also be race competitions of AI-powered DIY robotic cars at the event, interested enthusiasts can sign up here. All participants need to use an NVIDIA Jetson-based robot.

    NVIDIA smart robots at GTC


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