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Taking Flight with the Dronut X1 Powered by Snapdragon

While working in the oil and gas industry, mechanical engineer Omar Eleryan noticed that most of the visual equipment inspections performed by his colleagues required them to enter confined and often...
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Building Innovative MedTech with Innominds’ iMedVision (iDhi) Platform

When it comes to real-time edge computing augmented by cloud backends, there is perhaps no better mission-critical use cases than those found in medical technology or MedTech. Imagine surgically...
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AWS re:Invent 2021: 3 IIoT demos from QDN

Were you able to attend this year’s AWS re:Invent from November 29 – December 3? Whether you were able to travel to Las Vegas, or attend virtually, Qualcomm Developer Network was there on the expo...
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AI Accelerated Experiences & Security with Windows on Snapdragon

The 2021 ARM DevSummit was held from October 19 to 21, 2021. At the Summit, I took part in a presentation with Marcus Perryman, Principal Engineer – Windows Team at Microsoft, titled AI Accelerated...
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5G, 8K video, up to 7 cameras and 15 TOPS of processing on a drone

How many times have you said, “If I had a drone with 5G, seven-camera concurrency, 8K video and 15 TOPS of processing, I could . . .” Whatever you’ve told yourself you could do with features like...
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What’s Next in Image Processing at the Edge with NexOptic

The term image processing encompasses many different tasks, including computational photography, computer vision algorithms, and even basics like image compression. One aspect all of these processes...
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Improving VR Performance Using Motion Estimation OpenGL Extensions

Co-written by Jonathan Wicks and Sam Holmes XR presents many challenges, with its high framerate requirements, high resolution, and low latency, all within a small power and thermal budget. One...
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Pushing the Limits of Drones with Skydio Autonomy

Drones hold the potential to touch a myriad of industries, unlock new business outcomes, and deliver countless benefits. This is especially true when legacy methods involve heavy equipment that can...
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Fast and Efficient Inference at the Edge with Pilot AI

Throughout the current pandemic, technologies like virtual meetings, IoT edge devices, and machine learning (ML), have played a vital role in allowing society to continue moving forward. And have...
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Optimizing Image Processing Algorithms With Halide

Think about what it takes to process a 2D image. For example, performing a basic blur might involve iterating over an image’s pixels one row at a time, and then computing averages between...
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