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Introduction Welcome to the Qualcomm Robotics RB5 Development Kit user guide. This guide provides the minimal information a developer needs to try out the development kit and get a working device image. The goal of this quick start guide is to: Provide an overview of the components and...
Preparing the board to pull the ROS image from a container Docker makes it easier to package an application into containers and run it in different development environments. Using a container simplifies the process of making ROS, an open-source meta-operating system for robots, available to...
Flashing Debian onto Qualcomm® Robotics RB3 device The Qualcomm Robotics RB3 platform ships with a Linux boot image pre-installed by Thundercomm. Also available is an alternate image from the “QCOM Landing Team” on Linaro, with a more recent version of the Linux kernel and Debian Linux. Linaro...
Use ADB commands to update image on device The Qualcomm® Robotics RB3 platform ships with a Linux boot image pre-installed by Thundercomm. Based on a downstream version of the Linux kernel, the image includes well-developed driver support for peripherals like cameras, audio, Wi-Fi, sensors and...
Connect to ADB wirelessly Be sure that the power supply is connected to the Qualcomm® Robotics RB3 platform, and it is powered up and connected via USB Type C cable to the PC. Issue PC command: adb devices Verify that a device is detected Issue PC command: adb pull...
Enable WLAN on the Qualcomm® Robotics RB3 Platform Be sure that the power supply is connected to the Qualcomm Robotics RB3 platform, and it is powered up and connected via USB Type C cable to the PC. Issue PC command:> adb devices Issue PC command: adb pull /data/misc/...
Communicating with the Qualcomm® Robotics RB3 Platform Be sure that the power supply is connected to the Qualcomm Robotics RB3 platform, and it is powered up and connected via USB Type C cable to the PC. On a Windows host machine From Device Manager, identify the COM port that is...
Physical features of platform Bottom view of Qualcomm® Robotics RB3 platform Qualcomm® Robotics Navigation Mezzanine board plugged into DragonBoard™ 845c development board Top view of platform Basics As shown below, plug the 12-volt power supply into the barrel jack on the main...
Quick tips for programming and troubleshooting the development kit The Qualcomm® Robotics RB3 platform is built around the Qualcomm® SDA845 system on chip (SoC) for heterogeneous computing, computer vision, multimedia, security and connectivity. For artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning,...
Refer to GitHub repository for examples of how to exercise multimedia subsystems and other sample applications on the Qualcomm Robotics RB5 development kit. omxaacenc Previous
The omxaacenc GStreamer element is part of the gst-omx plugin. The gst-omx plugin is an adapter for the available OpenMAX IL components and maps the OpenMAX APIs and states to the Gstreamer APIs and states. The omxhaacenc element is an OpenMAX AAC audio encoder that provides h/w accelerated AAC...
The QTI's qtimletflite GStreamer element exposes TensorFlow Lite (TFLite) capabilities to GStreamer. It can load and execute TFLite models. It supports preprocessing and postprocessing functionality. The preprocessing supports downscale, color convert, mean subtraction and padding. The...
The QTI's qtimlesnpe GStreamer element exposes Qualcomm Neural Processing SDK capabilities to GStreamer. It can load and execute AI models. It supports preprocessing and post processing functionality. The preprocessing supports downscale, color convert, mean subtraction and padding. The...
The QTI's qtioverlay GStreamer element has the capability of drawing and blitting RGB or YUV contents to YUV frames. it is in-place GStreamer element and supports only one source and sink pad. It supports bliting - static image, bounding boxes, custom user text and date/time overlays ontop of YUV...
This GStreamer plugin has the capability to resize, flip, rotate, and color covert incoming YUV or RGB video frames. The main class of the plugin is called GstVideoTransform and it is responsible for capability negotiations between this plugin and any other plugin connected to it, as well as...
The waylandsink element is a video sink element that uses the wayland's weston compositor implementation. It maps weston's client APIs and states to the appropriate GStreamer APIs and states. It is based on the GStreamer GstVideoSink base class for video sinks. For more information on the methods...
The omxh264enc GStreamer element is part of the gst-omx plugin. The gst-omx plugin is an adapter for the available OpenMAX IL components and maps the OpenMAX APIs and states to the Gstreamer APIs and states. The omxh264enc element is an OpenMAX H264 video encoder that provides h/w accelerated H264...
The QTI's qtivdec gstreamer element is V4L2 based video decoder that uses QTI's video hardware cores for decoding video. The qtivdec plugin is derived from the GstVideoDecoder gstreamer base class for video decoders. GstVideoDecoder calls start when the element is activated. GstVideoDecoder calls...
QTI's qtiqmmfsrc plugin can be used to capture video frames via the Qualcomm MMF service. The plugin consists of the main class called GstQmmfSrc which acts as a wrapper on top of the Qualcomm MMF Recorder Client with separate pads for video and image streams. The pads store the creation time...
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