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NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier Developer Kit

September 28, 2018 kangalow 0

NVIDIA recently began shipping a new product, the Jetson AGX Xavier Developer Kit. Looky here: Jetson AGX Xavier Overview The Jetson Xavier is the next generation of the Jetson line of development kits. Xavier ups the game from the previous generation Jetson TX2. The Jetson Xavier introduces a new module Read more …

Rosbags on RACECAR/J
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Record and Playback Actions under ROS – RACECAR/J

September 14, 2018 kangalow 1

One of the first things people like to do with their RACECAR is gather data. Using ROS we can record and playback actions. It’s easy! Looky here: Background The usual note here: You should definitely have the book “Programming Robots with ROS, a practical introduction to the Robot Operating System” Read more …

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AlphaPilot – Lockheed Martin Innovation Challenge

September 12, 2018 kangalow 0

Lockheed Martin is launching AlphaPilot, an open invitation challenge. Looky here: The focus is on artificial intelligence for autonomous systems. The challenge is to design an artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) framework capable of flying a drone without human intervention or navigational pre-programming. What about prizes? Alpha Pilot will Read more …

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JetPack 4.0 Developers Preview

September 10, 2018 kangalow 3

NVIDIA has announced that a developer preview early access release for JetPack 4.0 is now available. This release is to support the new Jetson Xavier Developer Kit. We reproduce the original announcement, known as the good bits, here for your convenience. Here is the original link. JetPack 4.0 Developer Preview Read more …

Exploring ROS - RACECAR/J
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Exploring ROS – RACECAR/J

September 4, 2018 kangalow 6

Exploring ROS is easy using the both the built-in tools and additional GUI based tools. Looky here: This is a little different than most the content on JetsonHacks. Basically we bring up a running ROS system using the MIT RACECAR stack and take a look around. This gives some background Read more …