Embedded system uses the NVIDIA Jetson TX1 platform with Rudi
From Connect Tech comes its latest embedded system using the NVIDIA Jetson TX1 platform with Rudi, which measures 135mm x 105mm x 50mm and which holds a lot of power in a small package.
Pre-integrated with the Jetson TX1 supercomputer-onmodule, it provides 256 CUDA cores on NVIDIA Maxwell architecture. The system has 4GB LPDDR4 memory, 4K video decode/encode, WiFi, Bluetooth, USB 3.0, CAN 2.0b, USB 2.0, with mSATA and miniPCIe expansion.
“Rudi builds on our extensive line of small form factor, deployable NVIDIA Jetson TX1 solutions,” says Michele Kasza, vice-president, sales and marketing. “As the audience for the NVIDIA Jetson TX1 is broad, our goal is to bring to market a product line that supports a wide range of uses. Rudi is a great addition, bringing a small packaged solution to market and rounding out our existing board level and ultra-rugged enclosure solutions.”
NVIDIA Jetson TX1 is a supercomputer on a module. It represents more than 20 years of investment in visual computing distilled into an embedded system the size of a credit card.
It features the NVIDIA Maxwell architecture, 256 NVIDIA CUDA cores, 64bit CPUs, and, according to the company, unmatched power efficiency. It also includes the latest technology for deep learning, computer vision, GPU computing, and graphics. This development platform offers a developer kit, tools, developer portal, community, support, training, and product design packages which makes it ready for research, prototyping, development, and production.
The system suits deployable computer vision and deep learning applications and comes with surface edge bracket mounting, DIN rail mounting or VESA Mounting.
Rudi is at Electronica from 8 to 11 November in Booth A6-313.