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The Making of a Lucki Robot

Humans have always envisioned that someday robots could perform work we don’t want to do, or necessarily need to do in person (e.g., repetitive or dangerous tasks) because robots may be more...
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Demonstrating the Connected Intelligent Edge at Embedded World

The international embedded computing community marked its 20th anniversary with this year’s Embedded World conference in Nuremberg. At our booth, innovative companies from around the globe exhibited...
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Autonomous Mobile Robots: What do I need to know to design one?

Are you looking for ways to start your company’s robotics development? Or are you already developing robots, and you’re looking for ways to make them smarter? Either way, I have three words for you...
https://developer.qualcomm.com/blog/autonomous-mobile-robots-what-do-i-need-know-design-one
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Building computer vision, artificial intelligence, and heterogeneous computing into your robots

When you look at your robotics application, do you think of it as an “intelligent-edge use case?” Probably not, but that’s where it plays. The intelligent edge of the network offers your devices...
https://developer.qualcomm.com/blog/building-computer-vision-artificial-intelligence-and-heterogeneous-computing-your-robots
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Comparing Linux and Android for Today’s Embedded Device Development

There’s never a dull moment in the life of an embedded developer. They develop for different types of platforms with all sorts of software stacks, often on different OSs with vastly different...
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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...
https://developer.qualcomm.com/blog/taking-flight-dronut-x1-powered-snapdragon
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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...
https://developer.qualcomm.com/blog/aws-reinvent-2021-3-iiot-demos-qdn
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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...
https://developer.qualcomm.com/blog/5g-8k-video-7-cameras-and-15-tops-processing-drone
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Running Upstream Linux on the Qualcomm Robotics RB5 Platform

If you’ve been working with the Qualcomm® Robotics RB5 Platform and looking for more options for software images, your ship has come in. Linaro has upstreamed initial support for the platform to the...
https://developer.qualcomm.com/blog/running-upstream-linux-qualcomm-robotics-rb5-platform
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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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