DAY 1 | NVIDIA GTC: We’re Here! Intelligent Haptic Technology Brings More Possibilities to AI


United States · San Jose: Witnessing the Transformational Moment of AI

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the hottest technology field today and a key driver of major changes in the world. Today, NVIDIA, a leading technology company in the AI sector, held its annual GTC conference in San Jose, USA. Renowned as a weathervane in the AI industry, this event has captured global attention.

The much-anticipated NVIDIA GTC conference took place from March 18th to 21st in San Jose. The highlight of the conference was the keynote speech by NVIDIA’s founder and CEO, Jensen Huang, who shared the latest breakthroughs in generative AI and accelerated computing, setting the direction for the development of the global AI sector. 

As a member of the NVIDIA Inception Program, IHS was honored to participate in this GTC conference. Led by founder/CEO Zhouming Tang, the team showcased our innovative solutions and application results in virtual reality with the endoscopic surgery training robot, EndoGITrain GI Lite Device, bringing our intelligent haptic technology to the event.

At the event, the IHS booth was bustling with people, many of whom stopped to watch Zhouming demonstrate the product features of the Lite Device. Visitors could also experience the new human-computer interaction brought by IHS’s intelligent haptic technology firsthand, bringing more possibilities to AI.

IHS Haptics is dedicated to the research and application of the intelligent haptic technology platform. By skillfully utilizing NVIDIA Clara, NVIDIA FleX, and NVIDIA RTX GPU, we have deeply integrated touch and vision to achieve a realistic bidirectional interaction experience between users and the virtual environment, taking human-computer interaction to a new level.

We look forward to showcasing more groundbreaking technologies at the NVIDIA GTC conference tomorrow. Our team will be at booth I129 in the Inception Pavilion, ready to welcome guests for an in-person experience and demonstration.