Can the Isaac team please be honest with us and tell us if there will be a new release of Isaac sdk or not

Issac Team,

A lot of companies and Individuals spend a significant amount of resources on and using Isaac SDK. We are just coming off GTC, expecting some announcements, and all that was discussed was Issac ROS.

I think a lot of us are looking for an update. Please dont waste our time and resources (money). If you are not going to continue Issac SDK, it’s ok, but just tell us so we dont continue to pour resources into it and building on top of aging systems. It is already hard enough to get Isaac to install cleanly without a lot of work handling depreciated packages becuse it is out of date.

There are multiple topics about this, please just give us a straight answer.

Thank you for you time.


Hello FedoraLabs - we had responded to a similar question here @

Hi shrinv! The link is removed. Could you post the response here?

I’m even more confused because the link has been deleted

I can see the link here → Isaac SDK next release / Release roadmap? - NVIDIA Developer Forums

Are you not able to see it?

Hi, let me paste that response here. Apologies about the broken link.

Isaac is NVIDIA’s robotics platform.

Isaac SDK, Isaac ROS, Isaac Sim, Jetson are all the ways we bring the power of accelerated computing, simulation, and AI to the robotics community.

Isaac SDK is not deprecated. We are just taking some time to re-evaluate how to make Isaac SDK more useful to the robotics community.

We believe Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) are an important robotics application.

We are tailoring to make the Isaac SDK useful for the ecosystem that serves the AMR application. We will come back with a roadmap soon.

In the meantime, if you would like to discuss more about continued support of Isaac SDK 2021 release, for your project please reach out to your NVIDIA representative.

We would love to learn more about your project and suggest the right course of action.

Thanks again, for your continued support of Isaac robotics.