The Complete Intel® End-to-End Portfolio for AMRs
Ensuring a successful installation of one, two, or a fleet of AMRs requires a more holistic approach where all technologies—from robot sensors and cameras to processors, software development solutions, and even wireless solutions—are purpose-built to integrate and communicate efficiently and effectively.
The compatible, prevalidated end-to-end Intel® portfolio of solutions for AMRs gives businesses one single source from which to develop, test, and deploy their AMRs, edge servers, and cloud technologies. Our portfolio encompasses hardware, software, and tested partner components.
Developers can take advantage our all-encompassing Edge Insights for Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) Software Development Kit (SDK) to access every software solution they need to easily build and deploy mobile robot applications.
Edge Insights for AMRs SDK includes containerized software packages and prevalidated hardware modules for sensor data ingestion, classification, environment modeling, action planning, and action control. It’s based on the open source Robot Operating System 2 (ROS 2), which enables code to be implemented once and deployed to multiple hardware configurations.
Explore the diagram below to see all the components included in Edge Insights for AMRs SDK.
Intel provides the essential building blocks that are used to create connected, intelligent, and reliable robotics solutions. We provide a comprehensive, prevalidated portfolio of technologies, including processors for IoT applications, FPGAs, and computer vision and network communications technologies to help you get your robot built and running easier and faster.
Explore the diagram below to see all the components included in our hardware portfolio.
Frequently Asked Questions
For AMRs to perform the necessary tasks and emerging use cases, it takes a combination of compute, AI, connectivity, sensors, camera, and additional components. Some of the technologies that help AMRs function include: a power system to provide it with battery power; cameras and sensors to serve as its eyes and ears while moving throughout a facility; processors to provide compute power; a software development kit (SDK) to allow developers to create, test, and deploy new AMR applications; and software-based tools and components for the development of artificial intelligence capabilities.
AMRs are composed of several components, including:
- Compute systems
- Artificial intelligence
- Connectivity technologies
- LiDAR sensors
- Additional types of sensors
- Power systems
- Control functions