NVIDIA, Toyota, Ready Robotics Partner for Sim-to-Real Robotic ProgrammingNVIDIA, Toyota, Ready Robotics Partner for Sim-to-Real Robotic Programming

By: Alex Freidmen

New Era for Industrial Robotics

In a groundbreaking collaboration, NVIDIA Corporation and Toyota Motor Corporation, in partnership with READY Robotics, a leader in automation and robotics operating systems, are ushering in a new era of industrial robotics.

Revolutionizing Production Programming

Toyota will leverage READY ForgeOS alongside NVIDIA Isaac Sim, a robotics simulator on Omniverse, to create an advanced simulated programming environment for its aluminum hot forging production lines in a bid to enhance safety and efficiency in its manufacturing processes.

Enhanced Safety and Efficiency

Conventionally, programming robots for forging involves risks due to the handling of hot metal parts. The integration of NVIDIA Isaac Sim with ForgeOS enables seamless programming in a simulated environment, mitigating safety challenges associated with hot parts.

Swift Development of Programs

The assimilation of NVIDIA Isaac Sim into ForgeOS expedites the development of practical programs for demanding tasks, particularly those involving safety considerations.

Pioneering Technology Collaboration

Dr. Kel Guerin, Chief Innovation Officer at READY Robotics, emphasized, “NVIDIA provides the tools needed to help our programs reflect real-world situations, and ForgeOS provides the connection from this simulation to the real cell and back.”

“The collaboration between Toyota and READY Robotics is a great example of the pioneering use of technology, such as NVIDIA Isaac Sim, to unlock industrial digitalization possibilities in manufacturing,” said Deepu Talla, Vice President of Embedded and Edge Computing at NVIDIA.

Market Movement

Price Action: NVDA shares are trading lower by 1.23% to $556.86 on the last check Wednesday, while TM shares are trading lower by 1.06% to $193.54.

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