Solomon to Build Next Wave of Robotics Solutions

Solomon Technology Corp., a leader in advanced vision and robotics solutions, announced a collaboration with NVIDIA at COMPUTEX 2024. Primarily,  this collaboration focuses on integrating Solomon’s product offerings with the NVIDIA Isaac robotics platform. As a result, it will enhance Solomon’s 3D robotics vision and augmented intelligence solutions.

“We are thrilled to integrate the NVIDIA Isaac platform into our products,” said Johnny Chen, CEO of Solomon. “NVIDIA’s advanced AI and robotics tools will enhance our product capabilities in 3D machine vision, robotics control, and augmented intelligence. Thus, it will help drive greater innovation in industrial automation.”

At COMPUTEX 2024, Solomon’s VP of Research & Development, Xuan-Loc Nguyen, introduces the META-aivi AR + AI vision system for SOP validation to visiting NVIDIA guests Madison Huang and Lori Huang.

Bin-Picking Solution at Core

Mainly, the key highlight of this collaboration is the company’s bin-picking system, enhanced by NVIDIA Isaac Manipulator accelerated libraries, which are based on NVIDIA Isaac ROS. Specifically, it delivers 8 times faster path planning and execution. Also, it reduces path singularity occurrences by 50% compared to conventional algorithms.

Combined with AccuPick’s advanced image recognition, these advancements enable smaller robot cells without compromising cycle time. These are essential for efficient bin picking in factories and order picking in logistics centers.

Meanwhile, the NVIDIA Isaac platform leverages generative AI to offer powerful foundational models for robotics.

Solomon will continue to deliver innovative products and applications by incorporating multiple NVIDIA Isaac technologies, to bring smarter automation to manufacturing, retail, logistics, and other sectors.

“The era of AI robotics has arrived,” said Deepu Talla, Vice President of Robotics and Edge Computing at NVIDIA. “To meet this demand, NVIDIA is building a full-stack, accelerated robotics platform to enable ecosystem leaders such as Solomon, advance deployment of autonomous machines across the world’s largest industries.”

-03 July 2024-