Developing on NVIDIA® Jetson™ for AI on the Edge

Category: Jetson RACECAR

Motor Control Discussion
In the tenth part of our Jetson RACECAR build we discuss how to control the drive motor and steering servo. Then we discuss battery selection to power the electronic components […]
In the eighth part of the Jetson RACECAR build, we start on the RACECAR software component. We build a custom kernel for the Jetson and then we install ROS. Looky […]
In the seventh part of our Jetson RACECAR build, we add a Sparkfun Razor 9DOF IMU to the lower platform. Looky here: Background The Sparkfun 9 Degrees of Freedom Razor […]
In the sixth part of our Jetson RACECAR build, the upper platform is mounted to the lower platform and the initial test fitting commences. Looky here: Background As noted in […]
In the fifth part of our Jetson RACECAR build, the lower platform mounting commences, along with the attachment of a Jetson Development Kit. Looky here: Background As we discussed about […]
In the fourth part of our Jetson RACECAR build, we are going to discuss platform mounting where the computer, sensors and other components will be placed. Also, we’re going to […]
In the third part of our Jetson RACECAR build series, we are working through controlling the ESC motor controller. Looky here: Background In an R/C car such as the TRAXXAS […]
In the first article on the Jetson RACECAR project we described several tasks that need to be completed. The first task on the list that we’ve chosen to work on […]
This is the first of a multi-part series on building a Rapid Autonomous Complex-Environment Competing Ackermann-steering Robot, or RACECAR, based on a NVIDIA Jetson Development Kit and Traxxas Rally Remote […]


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