Qualcomm RB5 AMR uses a ModalAI Rover version of PX4 to operate the vehicle.
See Here to check PX4 Status
Upon setting up WiFi and PX4, we recommend you check the operational status of the AMR. On the user’s host computer, remote login to the AMR via ssh. Bring up a terminal (powershell on windows, gnome-terminal on linux) and run the following:
The password is oelinux123 and the IP address is the one used in the ‘Connect Network’ instructions
Upon successful login, you should see the following displayed:
rb5-agv-sensors.service loaded active running rb5-agv-sensors firstname.lastname@example.org loaded active running "rb5-camera-server-2" email@example.com loaded active running rb5-chirp-server-1 rb5-demo.service loaded active running rb5-demo rb5-modem.service loaded active running Cellular Modem Initialization rb5-net-check.service loaded active exited rb5-net-check rb5-qvio-server.service loaded active running rb5-qvio-server
More information on modifying and customizing the RB5 AMR PX4 and RB5 SDK services can be found Here