Robotics controller from Acceed with a Jetson AGX Xavier module
The ROScube-X incorporates the Jetson Xavier module and moreover an integrated Volta-GPU, both from Nvidia
By: Acceed GmbH
Nvidia introduced the Jetson Xavier NX as a new developer board for the machine learning sector last year. The board was also developed for use in robots and for edge computing and is used in the robotics controllers ROScube-I and ROScube-X, which the distributor Acceed has now included in its programme.
The ROS2-capable ROScube-I is optionally equipped with various 9th generation i7, i3 or i5 BGA Intel processors. The interfaces which are particularly designed for robotics use serve the connection of a large number of sensors and actors, thus providing the best possible versatility when implementing high-performance robotics applications. An optional extension box (PCIe Gen 3) additionally allows the installation of application-
The ROScube-X incorporates the Jetson Xavier module and moreover an integrated Volta-GPU, both from Nvidia, as well as two deep learning acceleration units. The full functional scope of the JetPack SDK and the Neuron SDK is supported for development. This makes the controller an excellent platform, especially for robotics applications with high AI computing performance demands with simultaneous low electricity consumption.
The further features include robust, lockable USB ports, the large number of I/O interfaces, time synchronisation with GMSL2 cameras and IMU, remote power-on for robots and real time access for CAN bus, GPIO and serial interface. The admissible ambient temperature for operation is defined with a maximum of -20 to +70 °C, depending on the configuration. Further technical details and information regarding application options are available directly from the German distributor Acceed (https://acceed.com/
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