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Qualcomm Technologies’ high-end SoCs Qualcomm QCS6490 and Qualcomm QCM6490 processors, widely used in IoT applications, have been upgraded to support four different operating systems. The Qualcomm QCS6490 / Qualcomm QCM6490 is the industry’s first processor to run Linux, Ubuntu and Microsoft Windows IoT Enterprise in addition to Android.

Qualcomm QCS6490 / Qualcomm QCM6490 processors provide advanced features such as 5G global connectivity and geolocation for a wide range of solutions, including networked camera terminals (such as dash cams), edge computing boxes, industrial automation equipment (IPC, PLC) and autonomous mobile robot etc.

In addition, the new Qualcomm QCM5430 processor and Qualcomm QCS5430 processor are the first software-defined IoT solutions from Qualcomm Technologies. The platform is scalable to cover a wide range of IoT endpoints and provides a visual environment for deployment configuration. OEMs including equipment manufacturers of industrial handheld terminals, retail equipment, mid-range robots and networked cameras, AI edge boxes, etc. The Qualcomm QCM5430/Qualcomm QCS5430 processor can support up to 192 megapixel dual cameras, support up to five cameras concurrent services and up to 4K60fps video encoding. With low power consumption and advanced AI processing at the edge, the processor is capable of supporting machine vision needs. When necessary, the edge AI can switch to cloud processing for multiple camera connections, choosing between response time and energy efficiency based on manufacturer or user needs. Wi-Fi networking support includes 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6E) with transfer speeds up to 3.6Gbps, and other enhancements that reduce latency, improve responsiveness, and enable seamless handoffs in dense mesh network environments such as hospitals and warehouses. The connectivity kits for different configurations of the Qualcomm QCM5430 processor also include a 5G modem that supports mmWave connectivity for ultra-fast data transfer and high-precision positioning. The wired connectivity options in the above feature set can support one USB 3.1 port and one PCIe port, and can be configured with up to two PCIe ports and a DisplayPort supporting 4K60fps resolution, among other options.

Qualcomm also released the new Qualcomm Robot RB1 Platform and Qualcomm Robot RB2 Platform, which are optimized for smaller size terminals and lower power consumption, making them more cost-effective and easier to be adopted by the industry. Qualcomm robot RB1 platform and Qualcomm robot RB2 platform have general-purpose computing and AI-centric performance and communication technology, built-in machine vision technology supporting up to three cameras, providing end-side intelligence, combining these data with TDK’s innovative high-performance Sensor fusion for applications such as autonomous navigation. The feature set of the Qualcomm Robotics RB2 platform expands on the Qualcomm Robotics RB1 platform, with upgraded computing and GPU performance, as well as dedicated AI accelerators that can provide twice the processing power of the Qualcomm Robotics RB1 platform. As a result, the Qualcomm Robotics RB2 platform is capable of running advanced, real-time on-device AI and machine learning, detection, classification, and environment interaction functions. It is capable of supporting camera resolutions up to 25 megapixels and has upgraded security features including secure DSP and UI. The Qualcomm Robotics RB2 platform also provides support for other peripheral standards such as UFS2.1, GPIO, and UART. Both platforms support current and emerging connectivity standards, including wired (USB 3.1 Type-C interconnect and EMMC v 5.1 with SD3.0 for storage interfaces) and wireless via Wi-Fi, LTE and 5G. The Qualcomm Robotics RB1 Platform and Qualcomm Robotics RB2 Platform and their development kits will be available to order later this month through Techlink. According to the official introduction, at present, Qualcomm Technologies’ robot platform is playing a role in various industries around the world, and even in places farther afield. In 2021, the first helicopters to fly on Mars will be equipped with Qualcomm robotics and drone platforms.


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