Robotics

Robotics from Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI) are designed to feature a small computing footprint while offering robust connectivity, advanced processing power, and power efficiency, which is helping open up new possibilities for autonomous machines supporting both consumer and industrial applications. Our software and hardware tools as outlined below, can help accelerate the development of your robotics solutions.

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This SDK is engineered to supply computer vision algorithms for Snapdragon platforms.
This SDK for AI helps optimize performance of trained neural networks on devices with Snapdragon.
This SDK library includes vision processing functions for use across multiple mobile devices.

This reference design is the first 5G- and AI-enabled drone platform, and gives developers access to heterogeneous compute, neural processing and computer vision.
This kit is based on the Qualcomm Robotics RB5 Platform, and delivers cutting-edge connectivity and high-accuracy AI and Machine Learning (ML) inferencing for your robotics development ideally suited...
This kit is designed to help create robotic products from industrial and enterprise robots to small battery-operated ones with challenging power and thermal dissipation requirements.