Thundercomm Presents GenAI Integrated Robotics Solution


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Thundercomm, an IoT product and solution provider, successfully integrates its privately deployed Rubik large language model(LLM) with Qualcomm RB5 AMR Reference Design. The company exhibited Rubik LLM’s deployment on TurboX C8550 SOM, a high performance compute module driven by Qualcomm QCS8550 SoC. It analyzes the voice input from the human precisely and outputs the code of the tasks to the robot for execution.

Qualcomm Robotics RB5 Platform drives the AMR reference design. Rubik LLM can process faster with almost zero response latency. It also provides a robust user experience. The robotics solution facilitates strong communication between humans and robots, becoming efficient and natural without coding the specific task.

Read More: Thundercomm Demonstrated GenAI Integrated Robotics Solution to Accelerate a New Wave of Robotics Innovation

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