17 May 2017
15 May 2017
Author: Brad Walker, Senior Software Engineer
16 Jan 2017
Recently, there have been several questions posted to Customer Support (https://www.intrinsyc.com/contact-support/) here at Intrinsyc that asks how one signs a Linux loadable module for our Android and Linux BSPs. While this blog focuses on the Android BSP, the logic...
11 Jan 2017
We started the New Year off with a bang by attending the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Our meeting rooms were booked solid with client and partner meetings. We were showing off our just announced Open-Q 820...
15 Dec 2016
Intrinsyc has been a Qualcomm automotive partner and licensee for many years and in that time, we have worked with Qualcomm to manufacture, deliver and support automotive grade Qualcomm based 602 and 820 based automotive development platforms that have...
30 Nov 2016
It’s fair to say that most IoT devices are connected to a public or private network of some sort – if not always-connected then sporadically connected. It used to be that significant heavy lifting would be required to get data...
17 Nov 2016
Overview Although many embedded and IoT product manufacturers (OEMs) want to have the latest generation technology powering their products, some OEMs choose chipsets that are supported by their manufacturers for a very long time – 10 years or more. The...
28 Oct 2016
Overview On Friday October 21, 2016, at the start of the working day in North America major portions of the Internet were seemingly “down” or unavailable. This includes Internet giants like Amazon, PayPal, CNN and others. Internet users were facing...
26 Oct 2016
Who should buy the Flight kit? This not a hobbyists kit or for the faint of heart. This kit is for you if you plan on developing drone control software. This kit is targeted at advanced users who are comfortable...
23 Sep 2016
Why Two Cameras on the Open-Q™ 410? Two cameras are critical for products such as robotics with stereo vision (two angles of the same view enabling depth and shape detection), and 360 degree views in IoT security cameras. The big...
05 Aug 2016
By any measurement or however one defines it, the Internet of Things (IOT) is big, and is getting even bigger! Numerous companies are looking to design IOT embedded devices or devices that have communication capabilities, sending data to other devices...
09 Jun 2016
Snapdragon™ chips are mainly designed for smartphones and thus incorporate interfaces native to the mobile processing environment. Engineers at Qualcomm® adopted MIPI interfaces for connecting to image sensors and displays. This makes it very easy to connect to typical displays...
10 May 2016
16 Mar 2016
Why Debian? Running Android out of the box is great, but what if you need the capabilities of a full desktop OS? This is where Debian comes in. The Linaro Linux release 15.11 is a Debian-based Linaro Build that provides...