Machine learning is an essential discipline for our future, given its potential to substantially accelerate the development of simulation software; and to improve algorithms, to produce results of greater quality, close to real-time and more efficiently in terms of computational capacity.
The collection of hardware and software tools brought together by machine learning opens the door to infinite possibilities, which are being explored by Next Limit and incorporated into our technologies as part of the constant R&D process.
The complex fluid simulation algorithms can be accelerated enormously thanks to Deep Learning and the use of artificial neuronal networks. The design of the robots of the future can be iterated in virtual environments, where their physical behavior is simulated and their actions and movements are optimized automatically. This same artificial intelligence (AI) will be able to see and interact with its surroundings, thanks to the massive datasets of images, created using photorealistic render engines in combination with real-time motors and even game engines.
Next Limit is leading numerous investigation projects at a national and at a European level, in which simulation and machine learning go hand in hand to resolve complex problems, related to the robotics, automotive and aerospace industries, together with logistics, and engineering in general. Furthermore, Next Limit actively participates in private bespoke investigation projects, related to computer vision, analysis of networks and data, additive manufacturing and industrial design.
Next Limit announces ANYVERSE, a high-confidence synthetic data production technology for the autonomous vehicle industry
Next Limit, announced its new, cloud-based platform for analysis and visualization of massive, complex graphs.
Next Limit was invited to the Paris Air Show 52nd edition, participating in the Computing & Artificial Intelligence booth, inside the Paris Air Lab.
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