A team from the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) used 16 NVIDIA GPUs to pull off an SC first, winning both the first place prize for highest overall score and the highest LINPACK run at the SC16 supercomputing show in Salt Lake Ci
Robots that count cattle from the sky. Smart cameras that fly themselves. Plug-and-play, GPU-powered brains that turn drones into robots that are as home in your house as they are in the open skies. This isn’t science-fiction.
The NVIDIA Jetson team was in Seoul, Korea last week at ROSCon. More than 450 attendees from across the globe trekked to the conference to learn and network with the ROS (Robot Operating System) community.
58 teams from 29 countries are participating in the world’s first ever “bionic Olympics” in Zurich, Switzerland where athletes with physical disabilities will compete side-by-side in six demanding disciplines, using the latest technologies.