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More CES Coverage:

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\n > Inside the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Theater

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> Abby Cadabby and AllJoyn make a splash at CES

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> Sony Xperia Z and ZL Join the 5-inch 1080p Smartphone Fray

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> ZTE Grand S makes high definition incredibly thin

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> A New Horsepower War Heats Up

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> CES Keynote Highlights

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> The new Adreno 330 GPU

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> A Twitterview with Rob Chandhok - the future of mobile user experiences

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> Tango and YUZA Use Facial Processing APIs for New App Features

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> Vidyo Puts Quad-Core to Good Use

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Autonomous Systems (AS) are set to disrupt traditional industries, creating a global robotics opportunity that, according to analysts at Tractica, could be worth up to $151 billion by 2020. Assistive technologies such as autonomous robots, self-driving vehicles and other specialized systems can be designed to extend human productivity, build significant business value and create exciting opportunities for developers.

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The engineering requirements for AS development encompassing sensors, controllers, software and communications are much the same as exist in embedded and mobile computing today. But given the uncontrolled environments in which these systems operate, there are also significant challenges in developing decision making and learning algorithms that realize the intelligence in Autonomous Systems.

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To succeed, developers should take into consideration how and where these systems will be deployed, and use this knowledge to select the best hardware platform for optimal performance.

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Insight-driven development gives leaders the edge

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While major corporations are already making headlines with autonomous vehicle prototypes, they’re also investing heavily in understanding the use cases, opportunities and challenges of Autonomous Systems.

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Amazon, for example, hasreportedly established a 12-person team to figure out how to leverage autonomous vehicles, and is hosting supply chain industry events to generate insights into the social, environmental and technical challenges faced in deploying AS in the future. It’s the kind of creative, antidisciplinary design approach we discuss in our previous QDN post on Hardware-Software Convergence. While the technology powering AS continues to be refined, its success is contingent on the quality of insight supporting its development.

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Hardware and software working together to realize true autonomy

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With opportunities to deploy these systems in the warehouse, in the air, on the road or elsewhere, the value created in AS lies in an orchestration of hardware and software. It’s critical to select a robust and versatile platform to support the varied processing demands of AS, alongside powerful development tools and libraries.

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Together, the Qualcomm Snapdragon mobile platform, supporting true heterogeneous computing, alongside the Snapdragon Neural Processing Engine SDK and Snapdragon Profiler, are designed to improve the performance of existing AS and machine learning applications. For example, the Google TensorFlow machine learning framework is now optimized for the Qualcomm Hexagon 682 DSP, and is engineered to allow apps to run with efficiency on mobile and embedded devices.

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In April, we announced a collaboration with Facebook to support the optimization of Caffe2, Facebook’s open source deep-learning framework and the Snapdragon neural processing engine (NPE) framework. One of the benefits of Snapdragon and the NPE is that a developer can target individual heterogeneous compute cores within Snapdragon for optimal performance. The NPE includes runtime software, libraries, APIs, offline model conversion tools, debugging and benchmarking tools, sample code, and documentation.

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True autonomy, however, will be realized through the software running on these platforms. Developers can model environments to anticipate the kind of actions their AS will perform in the field, but more critical is building the learning algorithms that allow the AS to respond appropriately to changing or challenging environments. It’s a significant computational feat requiring rapid processing of multiple sensory inputs, nimble decision making and robust operational execution.

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Communications underpin the entire effort. Within the system itself, of course, but also between systems, between the AS and the cloud or the AS to a human controller. They’re all integral to the performance and usability of the system. While robots deployed on premise may be able to get by on high-speed wireless mesh networks, it’s likely to be a combination of Wi-Fi, 4G and new 5G cellular networks to deliver the flexibility and redundancy that can help operate in an uncontrolled environment.

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Autonomous Systems: An exciting opportunity for developers ready to innovate

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There’s little doubt that our lives and those of our children will be significantly impacted through the development of Autonomous Systems. Whether through substitution or augmentation, our business and personal productivity looks to be greatly enhanced through artificial intelligence and Autonomous Systems are some of the most exciting manifestations of these changes. While we’re just scratching the surface of what’s possible today, AS offers huge opportunities for developers ready to take on the challenge.

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Stay tuned as we dive into the role of AI and the Snapdragon mobile platform in evolving Autonomous Systems, mobile/embedded computing, IoT, and XR.

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Giuseppe is a mobile developer whose coding process is powered by pizza. Lucky for him, he’s based in Naples, Italy, one of the pizza capitals of the world  so he’s always powered up and ready to create a great new app. Even more so than pizza, Giuseppe is passionate about developing apps that help his users optimize their lives. He often looks to his friends and family for app idea inspiration, and that’s exactly what led him to create his popular Customer Management app.

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We sat down with Giuseppe to talk about his mobile development process, his favorite development tools (in particular, the Qualcomm Snapdragon Profiler), and his serious pizza habit.

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Can you tell us about what you do?
\n\tI’m a mobile software developer for Android and Windows Phone, and have been making Android apps since 2013.

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Why do you do what you do?
\n\tIt’s simple: I work to improve a user’s everyday experience. For me, innovation is about finding ways to simplify life using only a limited budget.

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I also enjoy creating apps in my free time to improve my skills, to be productive and stay up-to-date on the latest technologies. As soon as I have five minutes free, I use that time to develop something.

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How did you first get into mobile development?
\n\tI needed a weather app at the time and was not able to find one that met my expectations. So I learned how to make an app, and after three weeks I had published my very first app. I was excited because it worked well, and I was delighted by how simple and fun the process was!

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What’s your process for developing a new mobile application and where do you get inspiration from?
\n\tWhen I start to create a new application, I'm often very fussy. I start by meticulously asking everyone I know what they need in their lives, then I start developing immediately once I have an idea.

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During development, I study the similar applications of other developers, and I read their negative and positive comments for ideas. After the app's release, I read the comments of my users and always try to satisfy their requests and suggestions.

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Which development tools do you use?
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Today my favorite Qualcomm tools are the App Tune-up Kit and Snapdragon Profiler. I use Snapdragon Profiler during development and then I use App Tune-up Kit to evaluate app performance during testing. These tools have helped me to optimize interactive applications, reducing processing time by dividing work on each processor core to avoid blocking UI interactions. In my opinion, the Snapdragon Profiler is a must-have app that developers shouldn’t live without.

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When enduring a long day, what keeps you going?
\n\tPizza, pizza almost every day! My favorite food is pizza – it has a bit of everything in it, and I never get tired of eating it. As long as I’m not fixing a bug that requires a heartier source of sustenance, I always eat marinara pizza.

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Any other fun facts you can share with us about your work?
\n\tIn every app I’ve made there is a picture of me and my girlfriend hidden in it. If you click 12 times on the INFO button you will find it. ;)

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The trusty fingerprint sensor we’ve grown accustomed to using at the bottom or on the back of our mobile devices is on the move — seen or unseen by the naked eye. At this year’s MWC Shanghai, Qualcomm Technologies announced the next generation of fingerprint solutions that will allow OEMS to incorporate the feature virtually anywhere on the device including under the display pulling off quite a feat and venturing into new territory for premium smartphones: Qualcomm Fingerprint Sensors. The suite of cutting-edge, biometric sensors for display, glass, and metal are firsts of their kind: They’re the first commercially announced ultrasonic sensors that can scan for fingerprint matches and detect heartbeat, blood flow, and gestures through OLED displays up to 1200 µm thick.

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A new suite of features

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Qualcomm Fingerprint Sensors are engineered to deliver new and enhanced features, compared with the previous generation Qualcomm Snapdragon Sense ID technology, that can transform the way users authenticate themselves on their mobile devices. The family of Qualcomm Fingerprint Sensors for display, glass, and metal give OEMs the freedom to place them virtually wherever they want on a device: under the display, metal and glass in the back, or glass under the front bezel.

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All three of the ultrasonic-based sensors are designed to power through common contaminants like oil and water, and can even provide consistent, reliable authentication underwater, supporting IP68 devices (water resistance of a maximum depth of 1.5 meters for up to 30 minutes). The Qualcomm Fingerprint Sensors are made also to detect the user’s heartbeat, serving as alternatives to heart rate sensors, and to detect blood flow (Liveness detection), adding another layer of mobile security.

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The sensors do more than verify users. Users can set directional gestures to lead to a specific UI function. For example, swiping a finger upwards over the sensor can open the device’s browser, while swiping left can pull up the user’s contact list.

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Form factor freedom

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Thanks to the range of surfaces they support, Qualcomm Fingerprint Sensors empower OEMs to design unique form factors and designs. For glass and metal, the sensors can scan through up to 800 µm of cover glass and up to 650 µm of aluminum, improvements over the previous generation’s 400 µm capability for glass or metal.

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The Fingerprint Sensors are offered as both an integrated solution for current and future Qualcomm Snapdragon mobile platforms (the glass and metal sensors are engineered to be compatible with the recently announced Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 and 630 mobile platforms), and as standalone sensors that work with non-Snapdragon platforms.

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Commercial Qualcomm Fingerprint Sensors for glass and metal are expected to be available to OEMs this month, and are expected to arrive in commercial devices early 2018. Engineering samples for Fingerprints Sensors for Display are expected to be available for OEMs to evaluate in October this year, while commercial samples are expected to arrive in the summer of 2018.

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The trusty fingerprint sensor we’ve grown accustomed to using at the bottom or on the back of our mobile devices is on the move — seen or unseen by the naked eye. At this year’s MWC Shanghai, Qualcomm announced the next generation of fingerprint solutions that will allow OEMS to incorporate the feature virtually anywhere on the device including under the display — pulling off quite a feat and venturing into new territory for premium smartphones: Qualcomm Fingerprint Sensors.

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I love it when a plan comes together. For the past two years, I’ve been a big proponent of mobile virtual reality (VR), which has no wires, and in particular standalone VR HMDs, or head-mounted displays, which are purpose-built for VR.

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Mobile VR is the future of VR. Users don’t want cables; they don’t want a complex setup; they don’t want expensive devices; but they do want advanced user experiences with positional tracking, rich graphics, and a wide variety of content.

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Smartphone VR is already delighting consumers. Just about everyone has a smartphone, and users with premium smartphones can experience high-quality VR by simply sliding their phone into a low-cost HMD accessory. Standalone VR HMDs take the experience to the next level since they are made just for VR. For example, they may include multiple cameras for realistic tracking (head/eye/hand), provide an optimized thermal and power solution, and be designed for comfort (i.e., the weight is evenly distributed across the head). In addition, standalone VR offers the lowest friction to usage since it requires no setup — you simply put it on.

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Qualcomm Technologies recently announced a HMD Accelerator Program (HAP) to help VR device manufacturers quickly develop premium standalone VR HMDs. At the core of this program is the standalone VR HMD reference design. It goes beyond a simple prototype device, offering a detailed reference design that allows manufacturers to apply their own customizations while utilizing our engineering, design, and experience in VR. The reference design is engineered to minimize software changes, hardware issues, and key component validation.

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Believe me, sourcing the right cutting-edge components, from cameras and sensors to lenses and displays, to create an optimized and holistic solution, is no small task in these early days of VR. We’re excited to have recently added and validated several new hardware components to support more immersive VR experiences.

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To interact with the virtual world, we worked with Ximmerse on controllers optimized for Qualcomm Snapdragon Mobile Platforms for high-precision drift-free tracking and low latency. The Ximmerse Flip is a 3 Degrees of Freedom (3 DoF) VR controller that can provide just about any interaction, such as pointing, selecting, grabbing, shooting, and much more. For precise 6 DoF positional tracking of your head, tight integration is required between the sensor fusion processing (Snapdragon) and the data from both the camera and inertial sensors.

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We worked closely with Bosch Sensortec to integrate the BMX055 absolute orientation sensor, which includes the accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer, for precise and high-frequency inertial measurements.

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We also worked closely with OmniVision to integrate the OV9282, a 1-megapixel high-speed global shutter image sensor, for precise feature tracking.

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For successful product launches, we also provide best practices to meet key VR quality metrics, such as low motion-to-photon latency, precise 6 DoF head tracking, and optimized system-level power for sustained usage. As a result, VR device manufacturers can create a high-quality VR HMD product, with quick commercialization and low development costs.

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To support the development of premium VR content, we also launched the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 VR Development Kit (VRDK). The VRDK gives developers early access to a Snapdragon 835 VR HMD and an upgraded Snapdragon VR Software Development Kit (SDK). The SDK is designed to provide developers with access to optimized, advanced VR features on Snapdragon VR devices, while abstracting the complexity to create immersive VR experiences. Ultimately, this simplifies development and allows developers to attain improved VR performance and power efficiency.

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There’s been great VR industry traction and adoption. For example, we collaborated with Google and ODMs from the HAP — GoerTek in particular — on the Daydream standalone VR headset reference design, powered by the Snapdragon 835 VR platform. At Google IO 2017, Lenovo and HTC announced Daydream standalone VR HMDs based on this reference design.

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In China, many different standalone VR HMDs powered by Snapdragon have already launched based on the Snapdragon 820 VR HMD reference design (the precursor of the HAP), including Pico Neo and Goblin, iQiYi Adventure, Baofeng Matrix, and Whaley VR. We expect the momentum to continue with the HAP as the benefits of purpose-built standalone VR HMDs show their merit.

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VR isn’t the end of the story. We envision a HMD evolution path where VR and augmented reality (AR) converge into sleek, fashionable extended reality (XR) sunglasses. On the standalone AR front, we’ve seen progress with products like the ODG R8 and R9 that also use our reference design as a starting point.

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It may take many years for our XR vision to come to fruition, but we are investing in fundamental XR technologies and continuing to collaborate with the ecosystem to accelerate the timeframe. In fact, we expect up to tens of millions of units (either AR, VR, or XR devices) to ship by early next decade.

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XR has a promising future, and I look forward to working with the various players in the ecosystem to make our vision a reality. Stay tuned for more news on our products, ecosystem collaboration, and the evolution of the HMD Accelerator Program.

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We continue our conversation with camera engineer guru, William Mantzel. You’re bound to feel like a camera genius after learning how depth mapping provides a new piece of data to work with. And is it too late to implant a chip in our host PJ?

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Related Resources for both camera tech episodes:

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A Twitterview with Raj Talluri - What’s the latest and greatest from Snapdragon processors?

2013년 1월 10일

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Yesterday morning at the Qualcomm booth at CES, we did a Twitter interview - or "Twitterview" - with Raj Talluri. Raj is Senior Vice President for Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and answered questions from users on Facebook and Twitter about the latest and greatest developments from Snapdragon™ processors.

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