Jetson AGX Xavier Development Kit: inject new life into your robotics applications
The Jetson AGX Xavier Development Kit, built around the development board of the same name, is designed to facilitate and accelerate the creation of robotics applications and the development of artificial intelligence. It allows rapid and ambitious prototyping of robotics solutions in the fields of research and higher education as well as in the manufacture and marketing of embedded solutions.
This NVIDIA Jetson kit includes 2 USB type C connectors, a micro USB connector, a microSD/UFS port, a 40-pin GPIO connector, an Ethernet connector and an eSATA and USB 3.1 type A connection, not to mention the HDMI port. Enough to work on a large number of creations with the help of a JetPack, which is the NVIDIA SDK you can download and install on Linux.
Scale-up of the NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier board
With up to 32 tera operations per second, a graphics card powered by 512 Tensor cores, 32 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage capacity on the eMMC 5.1 module, the NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier board offers a performance easily superior to that of the Jetson TX2. It is also 10 times more energy efficient, a quality that will not escape the attention of autonomous robotics enthusiasts.
Its NVDLA acceleration engines will boost inference operations during all your deep learning activities. And the VLIW processor will take care of your image processing needs. The board can encode four 4Kp60 streams and two 8Kp30 streams, with video codecs for decoding.
Technical specifications of the NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier Kit
- 512-Core Volta GPU with Tensor Cores
- 8-Core ARM v8.2 64-bit CPU, 8 MB L2 + 4 MB L3
- Memory: 32 Go 256-Bit LPDDR4x | 137 GB/s
- Storage: 32 GB eMMC 5.1
- DL accelerator: 2 NVDLA engines
- Image processing: VLIW processor
- 4Kp60 HEVC encoder/decoder
- 16 x MIPI CSI-2 lanes connector (camera)
- Up to 6 sensors connected directly, up to 36 virtual channels
- Deployment: module (Jetson AGX Xavier)
- Dimensions: 105 x 105 mm