NVIDIA Jetson TX1 Wows Crowds at Bay Area Maker Faire

Embedded Computing, Deep Learning, Jetson

Lan Malin, posted Jun 01 2016

A human-scale “Transformer” robot. A psychedelic, animatronic giraffe. Ridable cupcakes and loads of carnival food. It was all on display last week at Maker Faire.

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St. Louis Spectacular: Student Robot Builders Battle in FIRST Medieval-Themed Competition

Embedded Computing, Jetson

Lan Malin, posted May 06 2016

More than 20,000 student inventors and their armed robots battled for medieval-themed strongholds over four days of brisk competition at last week’s FIRST Championship.

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Look, Ma, No Hands! 3 Unmanned Systems Companies to Watch at Xponential 2016

Embedded Computing, Jetson

Lan Malin, posted May 03 2016

With the exploding popularity of robots, drones and other unmanned systems, there are few better places to see the latest in autonomous technology than at Xponential, the world’s premier gathering of the people who design and build it.

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Check Out These 7 Hot Intelligent and Autonomous Machines Sessions at GTC 2016

Embedded Computing, GTC 2016, tegra

Lan Malin, posted Mar 30 2016

From research labs to cutting-edge startups to commercial construction sites, intelligent and autonomous machines rely on GPUs to perform.

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6 Companies That Rocked Embedded World with the Jetson TX1

Embedded Computing, Jetson

Lan Malin, posted Mar 10 2016

NVIDIA’s booth was rocking at last week’s Embedded World 2016, in Nuremberg, Germany, as a raft of companies showed what our Jetson TX1 supercomputing module can do.

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Ready for Takeoff: Off-the-Shelf Jetson TX1 Carrier Boards Let Developers Soar

Embedded Computing, Enterprise, mobile, Jetson

Lan Malin, posted Feb 23 2016

Developers looking to bring deep learning to drones, robots and other embedded computing applications can now get a head start. Connect Tech Inc.

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Continents Apart, Two Students Share a Common Language: They Speak Robot

Corporate, mobile, Embedded Computing, Jetson, mobility

Lan Malin, posted Oct 28 2015

Two students, separated by different cultures and thousands of miles, share a common language. They speak robot. Doctoral candidate Raffaello Bonghi splits his time between Italy and France. Ryan Beethe is an undergrad in Colorado.

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