The company will showcase the capability to create synthetic data for training computer vision AI models by combining industry leading 3rd party simulators and content with an easy-to-use web experience on the cloud.
SEATTLE, June 13, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Rendered.ai, a leading Platform as a Service (PaaS) for physics-based synthetic data for training AI models, announced that it has joined the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Accelerate Program, a co-sell program for AWS Partners that provide software solutions that run on or integrate with AWS. The program helps AWS Partners drive new business by directly connecting participating ISVs with the AWS Sales organization.
Rendered.ai leverages the power of AWS to offer a collaborative web interface and developer experience that allows teams to design applications for synthetic data generation, creation of computer vision training data from simulations, that can be easily configured by data scientists and computer vision engineers.
“By joining the AWS ISV Accelerate Program, Rendered.ai is able to reach a broader market with our solution to one of the most fundamental problems of deploying algorithmic systems, the inability to source training data for customers’ ongoing need to advance and improve their business through constantly changing enterprise AI demands,” said Dr. Nathan Kundtz, CEO of Rendered.ai. “By working with our partners, we’ve been able to build a platform that offers the ability to generate nearly unlimited quantities of effective, physically accurate synthetic data.”
To demonstrate the power of state-of-the-art simulation technology adapted to simplified workflows on AWS, Rendered.ai has also added the ability for customers to use NVDIA Omniverse Replicator. A core extension of the Omniverse platform, Replicator enables developers to generate labeled synthetic data to bootstrap and accelerate training of computer vision AI models for diverse use cases such as visual inspection, robotics, and autonomous vehicles. As an NVIDIA AI Accelerated partner and NVIDIA Inception member, Rendered.ai has been working closely with the NVIDIA team to move traditionally desktop-bound 3D workflows into the cloud.
Users and developers of NVIDIA Omniverse, a development platform for building and operating metaverse applications, will be able to explore familiar Omniverse Replicator tutorials by signing up for a 30-day trial of the Rendered.ai Developer account and using the content code “OVDEMO”, which will give access to the new Rendered.ai Channel for Omniverse. The demo capability runs entirely on AWS and serves as a starting point for customers to build their own synthetic computer vision data capability on the cloud.
Rendered.ai is also a member of the AWS Global Startup program and available for purchase in AWS Marketplace. Customers can expect the highest industry standards from AWS ISV Accelerate Program members who undergo a comprehensive evaluation to qualify for the program.
The NVIDIA Omniverse integration with Rendered.ai will be featured in demonstrations and a tutorial at the upcoming IEEE Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition 2023 conference, the week of June 18th. Come visit Rendered.ai in booth #1125 to see the capability and explore how we can help you with your synthetic data needs.
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Rendered.ai is a Platform as a Service for synthetic data generation that puts physically accurate sensor modeling and a closed-loop data engineering workflow in the hands of data scientists and innovators. Founded by physicist Nathan Kundtz, Rendered.ai has created and powers the first-ever developer framework for synthetic data, turning simulation tools into synthetic data capabilities which includes scenario generation, 3D model libraries, asset management, compute management, annotation, metadata management and more. Rendered.ai is a privately held company based in Seattle, Washington. For more information on the company and to sign up for a free account, please visit: www.rendered.ai. You can also visit Rendered.ai at CVPR 2023 in Vancouver, Canada, at booth #1125.
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The new Rendered.ai Channel for Omniverse… runs entirely on AWS and serves as a starting point for customers to build their own synthetic computer vision data capability on the cloud.