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This “little genius” delivers real-time Artificial Intelligence (AI) that is fast and accurate in a low-power device

The Jetson TX2 module provides artificial intelligence performance for many applications including robots, drones, enterprise collaborations, and intelligence cameras.


 

Jetson TX2 is an AI supercomputer built onto a module and is power-driven by NVIDIA Pascal™ architecture. TX2 conveniently fits all of this performance into a small, power-efficient form factor that is perfect for intelligent edge devices like robots, drones, smart cameras, and portable medical devices.

Jetson TX2 module is fully compatible with all the features of the previous Jetson TX1 module while facilitating even bigger and more complex deep neural networks.

The feature of the Jetson TX2 AI supercomputer include NVIDIA Maxwell™ architecture, 256 NVIDIA CUDA® cores, 64-bit CPUs, and a power-efficient design. Plus, it includes the latest technology for deep learningcomputer vision, GPU computing, and graphics—making it ideal for embedded AI computing.


 


The Jetson TX2 kit comes with design guides and documentation, and is pre-flashed with a Linux development environment. It also supports the NVIDIA Jetpack SDK, which includes the BSP, libraries for deep learning, computer vision, GPU computing, multimedia processing, and more.



Here are the SPECS:
Jetson TX2 Module
CPU HMP Dual Denver 2/2 MB L2 +
Quad ARM® A57/2 MB L2
GPU NVIDIA Pascal™, 256 CUDA cores
Video 4K x 2K 60 Hz Encode (HEVC)
4K x 2K 60 Hz Decode (12-Bit Support)
Memory 8 GB 128 bit LPDDR4
59.7 GB/s
Display 2x DSI, 2x DP 1.2 / HDMI 2.0 / eDP 1.4
CSI Up to 6 Cameras (2 Lane)
CSI2 D-PHY 1.2 (2.5 Gbps/Lane)
PCIE Gen 2 | 1x4 + 1x1 OR 2x1 + 1x2
Data Storage 32 GB eMMC, SDIO, SATA
Other §  CAN, UART, SPI, I2C, I2S, GPIOs
Connectivity 1 Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11ac WLAN, Bluetooth
Mechanical 50 mm x 87 mm (400-Pin Compatible Board-to-Board Connector)
 





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