The request for AI applications has increased the latest years, especially embedded systems with AI suitable for vehicles and transportation. We have added two of Axiomteks latest AI embedded systems to our range of vehicle computers, both with wide operating temperature and one with IP67 rating. They are both based on the Nvidia Jetson based outdoor edge AI system. This makes I suitable for outdoor applications such as traffic management, security and vehicle- and license plate recognition.
AIE800-904-FL has a powerful six-core Nvidia Carmel Arm v8.2 (64-bit) processor and 384-core Nvidia Volta graphics processing unit. The computer is rugged IP67-rated and equipped with M12 type I/O connectors and four waterproof N-jack antenna openings for WLAN or WWAN, protected from dust and water, with wide operating temperature (-30C to +50C) and vibration endurance up to 3Grms. The AI inference system includes one M.2 Key B 2242 SSD socket with a high speed PCIe 2.0 x2 NVMe interface for storage and a SIM card slot for 4G/LTE/GPRS connections. This computer is also equipped with one GbE PoE port for IP camera video surveillance solutions. AIE800-904-FL is ideal for traffic management, city security, intrusion detection, access control as well as smart manufacturing.
AIE900-902FL has a Jetson AGX Xavier with 512-core Volta GPU with 64 Tensor cores GPU. This computer is ideal for intelligent edge AI applications, autonomous machine learning and computer vision. It also has wide operating temperature (-30C to +50C). It supports 6 USB, 2 COM, GbE LAN and 4 GbE PoE and includes 1 M.2 NVMe PCIe x4 SSD slot for massive data processing.
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