Developing on NVIDIA® Jetson™ for AI on the Edge

Month: February 2018

Hokuyo UST-10LX
In the first part of our Hokuyo UST-10LX installation article, we made a wiring harness and installed the lidar into RACECAR/J. After connecting the Jetson on the RACECAR to an […]
Adding a Hokuyo UST-10LX Scanning Range Finder to RACECAR/J is probably the most difficult task in the build to replicate a MIT RACECAR. With a little patience, it’s not too […]
So you’ve been working on your Jetson TX1 project for a while, and need a little inspiration. It turns out that there’s a group of people at Skydio that put […]
Before we can run RACECAR/J, we need to program the electronic speed controller, called a VESC, for the motor and steering. Looky here: Background Note: Newer versions of RACECAR J […]
Have you experienced plugging in a USB device, and the Jetson not recognizing it? Sometimes all you need is the right USB to Serial Convert Kernel Module! Looky here: Background […]
In the previous article in our RACECAR/J Build Series, we finished the initial assembly of the base robot. Now it is time for the Software Install. FOCBOX replaced by VESC6 […]


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