With its NVIDIA Xavier computing power, rugged design, and PCIe/104 expansion capability, Elton offers the ideal platform for implementing high performance computing and AI applications in mobile and harsh environments.
Elton utilizes the NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier embedded computer module to deliver unmatched performance for AI, machine learning, image processing, and other compute-intensive tasks. The Xavier module delivers up to 30 TeraOps in performance (3 x 1013 operations per second) at a maximum power dissipation of 30 watts. Xavier also offers scalable performance for applications requiring lower overall power consumption of 10 or 15 watts. The module runs at 32 TOPs on a 512-core Volta GPU with Tensor Cores and accelerators, enabling high-performance AI-powered autonomous machines like never before. At 87 x 100mm (3.4 x 3.9") it is slightly bigger than the other Jetson modules.
Elton provides numerous sockets for I/O expansion. An industry-standard camera module socket supports the attachment of up to 8 CSI cameras (up to 4 cameras with 4K resolution). An M.2 socket supports the use of PCIe x4 NVMe flash storage up to 256GB. An LTE module socket supports the use of NimbeLink SkyWire cellular modems, featuring a broad range of solutions with worldwide compatibility.
Standard PC-style I/O on Elton includes 2 USB 3.0 ports, 2 USB 3.1 ports, HD audio, HDMI and LVDS display, and 4 RS-232/422/485 ports with software configurability. All I/O is provided on pin headers that are compatible with both common non-latching and rugged latching mating cables, making Elton ideal for applications in environments subject to high shock and vibration.