Isaac Sim 2019.1 Release Announcement

Hello,

We are pleased to announce the first public release of the Isaac Sim for robotic applications.

The NVIDIA Isaac Sim is a robotics simulator that works hand in hand with Isaac SDK. The developers can use this tool to accelerate the development and deployment of AI-powered robots. The Isaac Sim includes three different environments (warehouse, office, hospital) for navigation, mapping and localization applications. For many deep learning applications, Isaac Sim provides domain randomization for randomizing the lightings, colors, materials and poses, and the ground truth information either in form of bounding box or segmentation. Isaac Sim has an embedded URDF loader which facilitates loading different robot models into the Sim. Isaac sim has been designed to accelerate robot development for manufacturers, researchers and startups by making it easier to add AI for perception and navigation into next-generation robots.

Information can be found here: https://developer.nvidia.com/isaac-sdk
Documentation: https://docs.nvidia.com/isaac/isaac_sim/index.html
Download: https://developer.nvidia.com/isaac/downloads

Thank you,
The Isaac Sim team

Hello,

Is the Issac Sim also have a solution to manipulation robotics or is it focused on SLAM applications mainly?

Thanks!

Dotan

Hi Dotan,

The current release version mainly supports SLAM (navigation and mapping.
But the manipulators will be added in the next releases.

Many thanks to the reply!

  1. Do you know when such releases, with the manipulators, will be added?

  2. Can I have an early access to such? Our group is examining such simulators for Bosch and such simulator will be of really great interest to us.

Hi Dotan,

The Isaac Sim that supports manipulation will be released towards end of the year.
What is the type of experiments that you are doing?

Hello there

I am an engineering student and I want to use Isaac for my project. I cannot find an easy step wise guide on how to download and use ISAAC.Pls, help me with it. I also have a few more queries

  1. Do we need the Jetson for installing Isaac (I have to order it yet)
  2. How is different from jetpack like is it an additional feature added to jetpack or completely different.
  3. Are there any tutorials for accelerating learning Jetpack in general and Isaac in particular.

Thanking you

Hi,

Here is where you can read more about Isaac and Jetpack:
http://isaac.nvidia.com/isaac-2019.2-dev/isaac/doc/index.html

And here is some guidance to download and install Isaac:
https://news.developer.nvidia.com/nvidia-isaac-sdk-download/

This is the Isaac Sim forum, if you have further questions you can ask in the Isaac SDK forum:
https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/board/375/sdk/

Liila

Hi
I want to know what is the nightly build of Nvidia in this website.
https://developer.nvidia.com/isaac/downloads
Is it a binary package for installing Isaac Sim, or it just is a project of isaac sim.

Hi

Right now there is no nightly build for Isaac Sim. We might add it.
There is no binary package for Isaac Sim, you get the source.
Isaac Sim will be updated in two locations 1) the git repo and 2) the XML file in the devpage you mentioned for Isaac Download.

The updated Isaac Sim will be released soon, in 2 weeks or so.

Please let me know if you still have questions.

THanks,
Liila

Hello

I want to use Isaac to build a robotic arm project. I want to know when Isaac Sim-Manipulation will be released. I am looking forward!

Thanks

Hi Ashssaint,

Thank you for your interest.
Isaac Sim manipulation will be release early 2020, most probably in Jan 2020.

stay tuned,
Liila

what hardware models of robotic arms will it support?
hasn’t it been released yet?

Hi Andrey,

The Isaac Sim manipulation will have a preview release early February. This will be a preview release, so very limited and mainly to show where we are headed. Soon we will have a full release.

Hope this helps,
Liila

will a separate program application request be required to access the preview?

any update on the matter?

Yes, please check out the announcement!