Syslogic, a NVIDIA Jetson Partner, Releases Two Vehicle Computers

By Perry Cohen

Associate Editor

Embedded Computing Design

April 02, 2020

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Syslogic, a NVIDIA Jetson Partner, Releases Two Vehicle Computers

Syslogic a member of the NVIDIA Jetson partner program, announced I has completed its artificial intelligence applications portfolio the the RS A2 and RM A2 vehicle computers.

Syslogic a member of the NVIDIA Jetson partner program, announced I has completed its artificial intelligence applications portfolio the the RS A2 and RM A2 vehicle computers.

The new vehicle computers were developed for applications in vehicles such as AGVs (automated guided vehicles), special or railway vehicles, and in agricultural machinery.

Information from Syslogic about RS A2 and RS A2

The RS A2 and RM A2 vehicle computers differ in terms of height and interfaces. Compared to the RS A2, the RM A2 features four additional LAN interfaces that can be configured as PoE (Power over Ethernet). Both computers feature the same NVIDIA TX2 SoM (System on Module) from the Jetson series, which is combined with a motherboard developed and manufactured by Syslogic. The platform was specially developed for AI inference applications such as object or person recognition, autonomous driving, predictive maintenance, or condition monitoring of mobile machines or vehicles. The Jetson TX2 platform combines serial and parallel processor technology, i.e. CPU and GPU. With 256 NVIDIA CUDA computing units, the TX2 module also handles demanding inference applications, thus offering AI at the edge.

The Company integrates SoMs into ultra-rugged embedded systems and noted the vehicle computers are designed for long-term reliable operation under difficult conditions.

The devices feature the absence of moving parts, screw-on plug connectors, and a robust housing that meets the IP40 protection class. They have a temperature range from –40 to +80 °C (–40 to 176 °F) at component level.

For more information, visit www.syslogic.de

 

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