Gumstix Raspberry Pi CM Robo

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Add eyes and brains to your rover with the Gumstix Raspberry Pi CM Robo development board. Just wire up your existing robotics control board to the Robo via I2C or serial bus and let the Raspberry Pi Compute Module do all the thinking, adding the possibility of computer vision and machine learning to your rover or robot.

Gumstix Raspberry Pi CM Robo Camera ConnectorHDMI

The Gumstix Raspberry Pi CM Robo carrier board is a slim, computer vision-capable multimedia platform designed with miniature autonomous vehicles in mind. The dual Raspberry Pi Camera connectors can provide either stereoscopic depth mapping for object avoidance or front- and back-facing cameras for feature identification or manual control.

I2C and UART serial connections, exposed via JST GH-style headers, can be used to connect either to PWM motor controller boards, or to a control MCU.

Instantly upgrade your project with the Gumstix Raspberry Pi CM4 Uprev board and take advantage of the CM4's increased horsepower. Or go even further with the UprevAI and add a Google Coral TPU for lightning-fast TensorFlow processing.

Features Include: * Power via USB Type-C Power Delivery * Mini-HDMI-out * DSI touch display connector * Dual CSI2 camera connectors * USB Type-A host connection * 2x WS2812B-MINI RGB LEDs

Included Components
Gumstix Coral Camera Dev Board

Uses Raspberry Pi Vertical CM4 Connector as its COM/processor.

Functional modules include: Raspberry Pi Vertical Camera Connector Raspberry Pi Vertical Camera Connector M.2 Key E Connector USB Type-C PD (5V) USB-UART micro-HDMI

Family Raspberry Pi
Camera Connector

Vertical cable orientation connector for Raspberry Pi Camera.


micro HDMI

USB Device

USB Type-C Connector


Individually-addressable RGB colour pixel.

USB Type-C

Reversible USB connector.

Key Components
Micro HDMI (Type D)

Micro HDMI (Type D) SMT

USB Type-C Port

USB Type-C Port


Connect to an RS232 serial terminal over USB with the FTDI FT232RQ interface

Mating Connectors

Please read the instructions in the README file carefully before starting. Instructions and functions are explained in the file.

Files that are needed (such as bootloader and operating system) to create a bootable disk image, are available below.

Our Support page links additional resources.

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