NVIDIA Jetson TX1 Will Power Autonomous Embedded Devices With Machine Learning

Nearly two years ago, NVIDIA unleashed the Jetson TK1, a tiny module for embedded systems based around the company’s Tegra K1 “super chip.” That chip was the company’s first foray into CUDA-powered embedded systems capable of machine learning including object recognition, 3D scene processing, and enabling things like accident avoidance and self-parking cars. Now, NVIDIA is releasing even more powerful kit called the Jetson TX1. This new development platform covers two pieces of hardware: the credit card sized Jetson TX1 module and a larger Jetson TX1 Development Kit that the module plugs into and provides plenty of I/O options and pin outs. The dev kit can be used by software developers or for prototyping while the module alone can be used with finalized embedded products. NVIDIA foresees the Jetson TX1 being…


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