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Kria KR260 Robotics Starter Kit

Out-of-the-box adaptive SOMs for robotics and the intelligent factory using ROS 2

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Adaptive Computing in Robotics

Learn why adaptive System-on-Modules (SOMs) are the perfect compute platform for next-generation robotics


Evaluate with Kria Robotics Starter Kit

Experience hardware acceleration for Robotics and Industrial automation with the Kria Robotics Starter Kit


Develop Using Kria Robotics Stack

Leverage pre-built Accelerated Applications as a starting point for your platform, and leverage the Kria Robotics Stack for ROS-centric development experience


Deploy with Production SOM

The path to production has never been easier. Move your validated application to a production-ready K26 SOM with all the needed design resources and online support


Success Stories

Learn why adaptive System-on-Modules (SOMs) are the perfect compute platform for next-generation robotics


Participate in Working Group

Participate in the Robot Operating System 2 (ROS 2) Hardware Acceleration Working Group (HAWG) and stay current on the latest contributions by AMD to acceleration with ROS 2 and Gazebo flows

Adaptive Computing in Robotics

Demand for robotics is accelerating rapidly. Building a robot that is safe and secure and can operate alongside humans is difficult enough. But getting these technologies working together can be even more challenging. Complicating matters is the addition of machine learning and artificial intelligence which is making it more difficult to keep up with computational demands. Roboticists are turning toward adaptive computing platforms which offer lower latency and deterministic, multi-axis control with built-in safety and security on an integrated, adaptable platform that is expandable for the future. Read the eBook to learn more.

Adaptive Computing in Robotics


KR260 Starter Kit for an “Instant-On” Robotics Experience


The KR260 Robotics Starter Kit integrates high-performance industrial interfaces and features native ROS 2 support. Designed for robotics and industrial applications, the KR260 is the fastest way to develop intelligent factory solutions for production volume deployment with the K26 SOM.

Kria App Store

Achieve embedded design simplicity for vision AI applications with production-grade accelerated applications targeting the Kria K26 SOM and KV260 Vision AI Starter Kit. Explore this new paradigm for software-based design while maintaining FPGA performance benefits and system-level flexibility for edge applications.


The Kria robotics stack (KRS) is an integrated set of robot libraries and utilities that use hardware to accelerate the development, maintenance, and commercialization of industrial-grade robotic solutions. It adopts the ROS 2 Software Development Kit (SDK) and enables a ROS 2-centric development approach that spans from the creation of computational graphs to the commercialization of ROS 2 overlay workspaces found in the AMD App Store.

Download the stack now and access documentation and tutorials on our GitHub page.

Kria Robotics Stack Tools and Components


Deploy with the Kria K26 SOM


The path to production has never been easier. Developers get access to all the design source files of the KR260 carrier card, a custom accelerated application development guide, and a production-ready K26 SOM offered in commercial and industrial grades featuring a custom-built Zynq™ UltraScale+™ MPSoC device in a small form factor.

Success Stories

AMD has taken many customers from evaluation to deployment with adaptive platforms. Check out these customer case studies to learn more.


ABB Robotics

ABB Robotics is using AMD technology in its GoFa™ collaborative robots.



See how the TV-featured Switchback competition robot is using AMD technology to identify and target competing robots during a match.


FIRST Robotics

Discover how Zynq SoCs are powering tomorrow's engineers at FIRST Robotics competitions around the world.


Intuitive Surgical

Discover how AMD technology helps power state-of-the-art surgical robots from Intuitive Surgical.


Perrone Robotics

Perrone Robotics uses Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC processors from AMD to accelerate data, helping autonomous cars make timely decisions.



See how NI is using Zynq adaptive SoCs to power its roboRIO™ platform for FIRST robotics.

robotics working group

The Hardware Acceleration Working Group (HAWG) focuses on reducing time to compute Gazebo and ROS 2-based robotic flows by producing specialized compute architectures that rely on FPGAs, GPUs, or ASICs.

Stay up to date on the latest contributions from AMD on design tool integration, acceleration architecture reference examples, facilitation of testing environments, and more.

white papers


Adaptive Computing in Robotics

This white paper adopts a ROS 2 roboticist-centric view for adaptive computing and proposes an architecture to include FPGAs as a first-class participant of the ROS 2 ecosystem. The architecture described in this white paper is platform- and technology-agnostic.


Kria Robotics Stack

Learn how the new software solution coupled with Kria SOMs and a ROS 2 development approach gives roboticists the capability to create custom deterministic, secure, and faster compute architectures to commercialize their robotic system.


Kria KR260 Robotics Starter Kit

The KR260 starter kit is the easiest way to develop ROS 2-based robotics with the attributes of adaptive computing, as well as industrial vision, communications and control. This white paper shows how the hardware platform works in tandem with accelerated applications and Kria robotics stack to deliver an out-of-box experience to roboticists and software developers.

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