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The international embedded computing community marked its 20th anniversary with this year’s Embedded World conference in Nuremberg.
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Were you able to attend this year’s AWS re:Invent from November 29 – December 3?
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Deploying to Qualcomm® Robotics RB5 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 Kinetic applications on physical robots, then simulate and test...
Deploying to Qualcomm® Robotics RB5 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 2 Dashing applications on physical robots, then simulate and...
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Qualcomm® Robotics RB5 development kit and Robotics Operating System (ROS) This video introduces developers to Qualcomm Robotics RB5 development kit and ROS. It talks about developer applications in user space as well as how they can be designed to access multiple subsystems using Gstreamer...
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