From beginners just starting their first AI projects to professionals applying advanced robotics technology in production, the GPU Technology Conference has something for everyone interested in autonomous machines.
GTC, running Oct. 5-9, brings together thousands of leading developers, decision makers and researchers from around the globe who will discuss breakthrough technologies in AI and robotics.
The virtual event includes interactive live sessions in different time zones, covering a range of learning concepts for those who are new to AI and robotics as well as in depth technical details for advanced roboticists and embedded technologists.
The GTC catalog includes several technical sessions and partner presentations specific to embedded technologies and applications targeting industrial IoT, robotics, education, healthcare and more.
These are some of the edge AI and robotics sessions you can register for at the event next month:
Jetson Edge AI Platform Sessions
- Bringing AI to DIY: NVIDIA Jetson
- All Things Jetson: Live Q&A with NVIDIA Experts on the World’s Smallest AI Computer
Isaac Robotics Software Sessions
- Connect with the Experts: NVIDIA Isaac Robotics Platform
- Building Robotics Applications Using Isaac SDK
- Isaac Sim 2020.2 Omniverse Robotics App (Coming soon)
Autonomous Machines Partner Sessions
- BMW Group: How to Train Your Robot – A Simulation-First Approach
- F1TENTH: 1/10th the Scale. 10x the Fun!
- Formant: Democratizing Remote Robot Operations with Hybrid Edge and Cloud Processing
- KION: GPU-Enabled Edge Computing Solution for Intelligent Warehouses
- Mobile Industrial Robots: How AI Is Creating Truly Collaborative AMRs
- Postmates: Serve Autonomous Delivery Robot
- Seamless Vision/Theator: AI-Enabled Autonomous Micromobility Solutions and Surgical AI to Augment Medical Decisions in Real Time
Register for GTC
NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang will kick off the conference on Oct. 5 with a keynote video highlighting the latest innovations in GPU-accelerated computing. A catalog for sessions is also available on demand, featuring the latest applications and innovations from NVIDIA and its partners across diverse industries.
Early Bird pricing of $49 for a GTC Digital Conference pass is available through Friday, Sept. 25. The registration fee is waived for educators, students and college administrators with an email that ends in .edu or .org. Further details are available on the GTC pricing page. Use the embedded team’s discount code CMAM for an additional 20 percent off.