Integration has been done with Boot2Qt (Yocto) images, and all of the featured demos have been tested with TI’s AM6x portfolio of 64-bit ARM v8 processors with GPU for applications requiring displays. A broad range of industrial HMI applications can take advantage of the collaboration between TI and Qt, which are first tested on Starter Kit evaluation boards and included in the Support Hardware list below.
A Qt installation package has been created for the Debian operating system (OS) distribution and tested on the BeaglePlay and BeagleBone® AI-64 single board computers (SBCs) from BeagleBoard.org (refer to the list below). Debian is ideal for rapid prototyping and UI development to get from ideation to proof-of-concept faster than ever.
Electrical vehicle charging HMI on TI AM62x will allow people to interact with a UI and see digital advertising. The demo allows users to start a charging session, observe the charging progress, and understand pace at which charge is been delivered. System simultaneously delivers digital advertisements to the screen for the user. The demo on AM62 platform is built with rich set of modules provided by Qt Design Studio.Download Demo
Connecting to the Wifi in order to access the Digital Ads:
The Qt Smart Warehouse HMI design on TI AM62x is an interactive multi-screen demo showcasing the coordination of intelligent robots on a factory floor. In the event of a predicted failure this demo allows the user to handle individual robot by diagnosing the issue, and send it back for repairs. It automatically deploys a new robot on the floor to complete the task. Built with Qt Design Studio and imported from the Qt Figma bridge, this demo features key Qt Quick and Qt Safe module features.Download Demo
Qt Care is a stylized 1920x1080 medical UI, replicating a patient monitoring screen often seen in hospitals or surgical offices. The UI consists of 2D assets (bridged from Figma), a 3D FBX model (exported from Maya), animations, interactive buttons, and transitions. The goal of this demo is to show the simplicity of bridging/importing assets to Qt Design Studio, adding interactivity, animations, and running on an embedded device built on an AM62x Texas Instruments Board.Download Demo
This guide describes how to use the GUIs of Qt tools to develop Linux applications on a TI AM62x. It describes the overall process and provides step-by-step instructions.
Boot to Qt is a streamlined, Qt-optimized software stack for embedded Linux systems that runs on the target device. It utilizes the Yocto Project's reference distribution, Poky, and the traditional embedded Linux kernel. With minimal components and small image sizes, it offers extensive customization options while maintaining access to valuable development tools.