Khronos Group Releases NNEF 1.0 Standard for Neural Network Exchange

The Khronos™ Group, an open consortium of leading hardware and software companies, an open consortium of leading hardware and software companies creating advanced acceleration standards, announces the release of the Neural Network Exchange Format (NNEF™) 1.0 Provisional Specification for universal exchange of trained neural networks between training frameworks and inference engines.

TraceParts - specialist in 3D engineering content - launches its new website

New graphic design, more powerful and efficient search engine, smoother navigation and improved ergonomics, in line with the latest web codes

NEW SkyHopper PRO V offers Communication + Video Processing & Analytics in a Single-Box Solution for Commercial Drones

Newly launched SkyHopper PRO V offers a drone data link that combines communication with video processing & analytics to enable dual streaming of full HD video, control, monitoring & telemetry in a single box solution. SkyHopper PRO V offers a high-end solution at a competitive price point.

World Robotics Federation IFR Elected Junji Tsuda as New President

The 66 year old Junji Tsuda is one of the most senior experts in the robotics industry.

The Khronos Group Releases Finalized SYCL 1.2.1

Enhanced support for machine learning, TensorFlow acceleration, and C++17 alignment

LeddarTech to Showcase the First 3D Solid-State LiDAR IC for Autonomous Driving at CES 2018

Award-winning LeddarCore solutions to be demoed alongside automotive ecosystem partners

Call for Participants for the ANSI Unmanned Aircraft Systems Standardization Collaborative

September Kick-off Meeting Provides Focus for Development of Standardization Roadmap

International LiDAR Mapping Forum 2018 Conference Program Announced & Registration Open

Premier LiDAR Conference & Expo to deliver sessions on UAS LiDAR, data acquisition approaches, project case studies and much more.

Torc Robotics releases self-driving system capability list

Torc Robotics today released a list of capabilities of its self-driving system for consumer cars, named Asimov. The list includes behavioral competencies recommended by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for automated driving systems.

Robots Changing How You Find a Home - Provide Real Estate Showings, Smart Guided Property Tours, Answering Questions, On-the-Spot Rentals

You can go from driving by a home you like, to renting it out, in minutes - 3X faster rentals

TraceParts launches the 11th edition of its design competition

All the CAD users on its platform are invited to design a 3D Christmas tree with the CAD software of their choice.

Exoskeleton Market worth 2,810.5 Million USD by 2023

The market is mainly driven by the factors such as the growing demand from the healthcare sector for robotic rehabilitation, advancements in robotic technologies, and huge investments for the development of exoskeleton technology.

Velodyne Demonstrates Quantum Leap in LiDAR Technology

The new VLS-128™ sensor changes the game for all autonomous driving programs by delivering LiDAR with unprecedented performance for superior real-time perception

Bigger and Better Stampede Drone Pavilion to Take Off at ISE 2018!

According to Stampede President & COO Kevin Kelly, the 2018 Drone Pavilion will feature more models from more manufacturers demonstrating applications across a broader range of vertical markets.

Omron Microscan Systems To Showcase Technology Advancements for Medical Device Manufacturers at MDR & IVDR EU Conference 2017

Omron Microscan will demonstrate how its advanced verification and print quality inspection technology ensures 100% compliance of medical device manufacturers to the new European Regulations at the MDR & IVDR EU Conference in Orlando, FL on December 5-6, 2017.

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