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Qualcomm applies its integration skills to a broad robotics platform

Qualcomm has targeted robotics as a use case for some of its chips for years now, but it has gone one step further and is promising an integrated solution, with a hefty AI engine, which supports all three of a robot’s activities – sensing, thinking and acting. This was how the company’s product line manager for robots, drones and intelligent machines, Dev Singh, described the new Robotics RB3 platform, which launched at the Embedded World show in Nuremberg two weeks ago. The offering has been in development for two years and is being tested by early customers, including Samsung. The aim, said Singh, is to make it easier and cheaper for companies to develop robots so that they can proliferate…

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