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Like most of us, your experience with human machine interaction (HMI) probably began with 2D computer desktop graphic user interfaces (GUIs).
How are you trying to innovate with the Qualcomm® Robotics RB3 Development Kit? Create a fleet of robots? Deploy applications to multiple robots in the fleet? Keep track of application versions?
The International Mobile Gaming Awards (IMGA) is an annual competition where mobile game developers and publishers nominate their latest creations in a bid to win the coveted award in one of several
There are many types of neural networks being employed by machine learning practitioners today. In this blog we look three specific types of neural networks, to broaden our understanding of how different topologies and layers can solve different problems. We then look at how neural networks...
Are you finding it expensive to move into mixed reality (MR) development? Nreal is showing that you don’t need to spend big bucks just to get started.
“Robot” is a Czech word meaning “assistant” or “worker.” For nearly 100 years, people have been perfecting robots for applications as diverse as industrial assembly, food preparation, household assistance and autonomous vehicles for land, sea and air.
Deploying to Qualcomm® Robotics RB3 Platform to drive the Turtlebot 3 Burger AWS Robomaker is a cloud service that provides a development environment for robotics applications. Developers can use RoboMaker to create and deploy ROS applications on physical robots, then simulate and test...
Configuring teleoperation on the single-board computer Turtlebot 3 Burger from Robotis is a mobile, ROS-based robot built around open source hardware and software. Turtlebot 3 Burger (Qualcomm® Robotics RB3 Development Kit mounted on top) Its three main components are: A single-...
In contrast to Qualcomm Neural Processing SDK (which can accelerate a dlc model converted from TF, Caffe, Caffe2 or Onnx), QRB5165 has support to accelerate TFLite models on Hexagon DSPs, GPU, and CPU via NNAPI. Although NNAPI from Google is specific to Android, the NN framework (along with NNHAL 1...
The Qualcomm Neural Processing SDK for AI (also formally known as the Snapdragon Neural Processing Engine (SNPE)) is a software accelerated, inference-only runtime engine for the execution of deep neural networks. With the SDK, users can: Execute an arbitrarily deep neural network...
This connector is compatible with 96boards specification. It provides: SDIO interface Display DSI 2x camera CSI Camera MCLK Camera CCI I2C USB DP/DM High Speed Expansion Connectors Previous...
This is an additional connector that is not required by the 96boards specifications. It provides: 4 Qualcomm sensor core QUP interfaces Interrupts signals for sensors Additional GPIOs and power supplies GPIOs labelled QUP have additional low speed...
This is an additional connector that is not required by the 96boards spec but provides developers with additional functionality. It provides the following: 3x DMIC support Additional 4-bit I2S audio interface CAN interface Stereo audio amp outputs 2x...
This connector is compatible with 96boards specification. It provides the following connections: 2x UART 2x I2C 1x SPI 1x PCM 12x GPIOs DC power Ground GPIOs labelled QUP have additional low speed interface capabilities (UART,...
The 96Boards CE specification requires the SBC to have one low speed expansion connector for carrying GPIO and other low speed interfaces. The Qualcomm Robotics RB5 development kit offers this 96Boards compliant 40 female 2 mm receptacle and two additional low speed connectors to...
The following GPIO interfaces are provided on the mainboard. Label Key mainboard interface Name Details 1 Low speed connector LS1 Low speed interface: SPI, I2C, UART, I2S/PCM, GPIOs power same as 96 board specification 2 Low speed connector LS2...
The following table describes the available buttons and status LEDs on the mainboard. Key mainboard user interface Name Details LEDs User LEDs Green, same as...
Use adb logcat to view full log messages. If you have any questions, please reach out to us via the Qualcomm Robotics RB5 Forums. Enable Serial Port Previous
Serial port logging is available, if needed. Use the following steps to enable serial port logging. Connect the host PC to the Qualcomm Robotics RB5 Debug UART connector using a Micro USB to USB2.0 cable. Power on the device. Check that the device serial COM...
Enable serial port adb interface

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