Have you started using the Qualcomm® Robotics RB3 Platform yet? It’s available because of the Qualcomm Robotics RB3 development kit from Thundercomm, ready for you to style products starting from small, hobby-type robots to large industrial ones.
More step-by-step guidance on the Qualcomm Robotics RB3
With all the activity within the Qualcomm Robotics RB3 support forum over the last twelve months, we’ve identified a couple of procedures that deserve more explanation. We wrote out some quick tips for programming and troubleshooting the kit and have assembled them into a group of Qualcomm Robotics RB3 Platform Learning Resources. They cover topics like these:
- Hardware Basics — Physical features of the platform
- fixing COM Port and Terminal — Communicating with the board
- fixing Wi-Fi — Supporting WLAN on the Qualcomm Robotics RB3
- fixing ADB over Wi-Fi — Connecting to ADB wirelessly
- Flashing a replacement, Complete Image (from Thundercomm) onto the Board — For well-developed driver support
- Flashing a replacement, Complete Image (from Linaro) onto the Board — For Debian
- the way to install Docker on the Qualcomm Robotics RB3 development platform — to tug the ROS image from a container
Those should assist you to get more out of the Qualcomm Robotics RB3 development kit, which is predicated on the Qualcomm® SDA845 SoC and is compliant with the 96Boards open hardware specification.
Want to ascertain what your fellow developers are building with the Qualcomm Robotics RB3 kit? In our Projects gallery, you’ll find a half-dozen applications in areas like audio, Bluetooth, depth mapping, Amazon Web Services, and even elder care. Help yourself to the starter code and build it into your own apps.
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