If you are working on edge-AI devices then you would’ve considered buying NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX, which is a best-in-class deep learning-accelerating module claimed to be the world’s smallest supercomputer that was released last year. With the increasing implementation of AI-edge devices with this powerful SOM, we have several additional hardware coming to market to join hands with the revolution of smart industries.
A couple of days back, Taiwan-based embedded electronic device manufacturer ADLINK came up with an NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX-based industrial AI smart camera for edge applications. The product is as powerful as it sounds while exploring the capabilities of the NVIDIA module to bring next-generation innovation to AI vision solutions. The NEON-2000-JNX series integrates the Jetson Xavier NX, an image sensor, an optimized OS, and broad I/O for deep learning-based recognition and classification in vision applications.
“Until now, a typical AI vision solution required complex integration of the image sensor module, cables and GPU modules. This ready-to-develop edge AI smart camera reduces the effort of software/hardware integration and reliability validation, allowing AI vision developers to focus on application development. The NEON-2000-JNX series is a hassle-free, compact, reliable and powerful product for edge AI applications, and also the best match for AI software providers,”
said Kevin Hsu, Senior Product Manager of ADLINK’s IoT Solutions and Technology business unit, ADLINK.
The invention of this product comes from the problems faced by the designer in integrating all the modules required with an appropriate OS. NEON-2000-JNX series helps to solve this problem with a compact form factor industrial smart camera that is supposed to have simplified the deployment process reducing the time to market.
The all-new series comes in six models for the product, all based on the NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX module, but changes the sensor model along with the resolution size. The NEON-202A-JNX camera module comes with a resolution size of a maximum of 3840×2160 pixels with integrated SONY’s IMX334 sensor model. This high-end module is expected to be available by June 2021.
If you are interested in learning more about the product, then head to the product page. The manufacturer has not publicly announced pricing for the camera yet, however, interested buyers can request a quote on the product page.