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Post time 2019-6-14 11:03:04 | Show all posts |Read mode
Two questions:
1. Given the client/server design for the software you provide, when will you allow a Macintosh or iOS client to manually operate the car?
2. Can I build and install my own autonomous driving software onto the Raspberry Pi so I don't need a client? What would be the best way to use your existing car functions to make that successful?

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Post time 2020-8-27 01:06:01 | Show all posts
The easiest way to implement IOS client to control the Robot is to install MQTT on Rasperry Pi and Xcode.

On Xcode you need to install CocoaPods and CocoaMQTT:
install cocoa pods on Mac
* sudo gem install cocoapods
* pod setup —verbose
* switch to library where MQTT demo Xcode project is saved
* open -a Xcode Podfile
this opens Editor in Xcode - remove # in line with platform an change 9.0 to 10.0
under use_frameworks insert
- pod ‘CocoaMQTT'

for Raspberry Pi install there is a good description: https://www.instructables.com/id ... to-on-Raspberry-Pi/

Then you can use Xcode to develop a valuable control app. To use video MQTT is not suitable, you would need to install ZMQ (ZeroMQ) on Xcode. I have not done this yet.

Hope this will help you further.

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Post time 2020-9-1 14:38:58 | Show all posts
Thank you for you guys the suggestions!
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