AlphaPilot Challenge
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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 …

Jetson Xavier
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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 …

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Links to Jetson Xavier Resources

August 30, 2018 kangalow 0

NVIDIA is now making available a collection of links and resources for the Jetson Xavier. The official page is here. Reproduced here to spread the word! Jetson Xavier Homepage Jetson Xavier FAQ Jetson Xavier Pre-Orders Jetson Xavier News Blog Platform Documentation & Design Files (Registration in Developer Program required) Jetson Read more …

Install TensorFlow
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TensorFlow for NVIDIA Jetson TX2

August 29, 2018 kangalow 6

NVIDIA now has an official release for TensorFlow on the NVIDIA Jetson TX2 Development Kit! This makes installing TensorFlow on the Jetson much less challenging. Here’s the shortcut version: For Python 2.7 $ pip install –extra-index-url=https://developer.download.nvidia.com/compute/redist/jp33 tensorflow-gpu For Python 3.5 pip3 install –extra-index-url=https://developer.download.nvidia.com/compute/redist/jp33 tensorflow-gpu Here is the original announcement and Read more …

Magic Leap One
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Magic Leap One – NVIDIA Jetson TX2

August 23, 2018 kangalow 0

We have know for some time (February, 2017) that Magic Leap has been using the Jetson TX2 for research and development: This shot shows a rig in development. While the purpose of that particular hardware is a little muddy, the recent announcement of the Magic Leap One Developer Edition is Read more …

Librealsense Update
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Librealsense Update – NVIDIA Jetson TX Dev Kits

July 10, 2018 kangalow 18

Recently the Intel Librealsense Development Team added CUDA support to the Librealsense SDK. Here’s how to install it on the Jetson TX Dev kits. Looky here: Background As you may recall, we added CUDA support to librealsense in a previous article, Now with CUDA! Intel RealSense D400 cameras – NVIDIA Read more …

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New L4T Releases – NVIDIA Jetson TK1 and Jetson TX2

June 15, 2018 kangalow 0

NVIDIA announces the availability of version 21.7 of L4T for the Jetson TK1 Development Kit, and version L4T 28.2.1 for the Jetson TX2/TX2i Development Kits. Jetson TK1 The L4T 21.7 software maintenance release for the Jetson TK1 is available at: https://developer.nvidia.com/linux-tegra-r217 There are a couple of useful bug fixes. Here Read more …

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Build OpenCV 3.4 with CUDA on NVIDIA Jetson TX1

June 4, 2018 kangalow 4

For OpenCV to use CUDA acceleration on the NVIDIA Jetson TX1 running L4T 28.2 (JetPack 3.2), you will need to build OpenCV from source. Looky here: Background With the latest release of L4T, 28.2, OpenCV version 3.3 may be installed through the JetPack installer. At the time of the L4T Read more …

JetsonXavierFI
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NVIDIA Jetson Xavier Announcement

June 4, 2018 kangalow 6

There is a lot of news in the Jetson world today. I know that a lot of it may be obscured by the big news that the JetsonHacks YouTube Channel just passed over one million views. Thanks for watching! We will cover the other events here just so they are Read more …

GPU Activity Monitor
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GPU Activity Monitor – NVIDIA Jetson TX Dev Kit

May 29, 2018 kangalow 1

Sometimes you just want to see how hard the GPU is working. Enter the GPU Activity Monitor. Looky here: Background Traditionally if you want to see how busy a Linux system is, you can use a graphical tool like System Monitor. The CPU, memory and networking and a wide variety Read more …