A cornerstone of this endeavor was the selection of the AM62 processor from Texas Sitara. This processor, purpose-built for low-power edge artificial intelligence processing, was an ideal fit for the complex demands of human-machine interfaces and IoT applications. Boasting up to four 64-bit Arm Cortex-A53 cores, operating at 1.4 GHz, it promised not only power but also finesse. The ability to support dual-screen displays with full-HD resolution, along with a programmable real-time unit (PRU) and an industrial communication subsystem (ICSS) for precise peripheral control, made it a compelling choice.
In addition to this, the solution was tailored to include 4G communication with a 2G fallback, Bluetooth, GPS, Canbus, and serial communication capabilities. This comprehensive suite of communication features further solidified the solution’s versatility and adaptability.