Rugged Machine Computer Targets Defense, Mining, Construction, and Agriculture

June 2, 2023
Elma Electronic’s NVIDIA-based JetSys-5330 is IP67-rated and ideal for AI and deep learning.

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Elma Electronic's Mark Littlefield, Director of System products, shows off (watch video above) the JetSys-5330 (see figure). It's built around NVIDIA’s Jetson AGX Orin system-on-module (SOM). The IP67-qualified system targets rugged application areas like mining and defense. Included is an Ampere GPU that features up to 2,048 NVIDIA CUDA cores and 64 Tensor cores that target machine-learning/artificial-intelligence (ML/AI) applications that can support intelligent-virtual-reality (IVR) and augmented-reality (AR) solutions.

It can deliver 275 TOPS and 5.3 FP32 TFLOPS of performance and comes with up to 64 GB of flash storage. The system supports video capture with up to six GMSL2/GMSL1 cameras in x2 or x4 CSI mode and up to three 1000BASE-T Ethernet cameras with power-over-Ethernet (PoE) capability. The JetSys-5330 also supports 10G Ethernet plus Wi-Fi and 4G/5G LTE cellular wireless communication. 

The conduction-cooled system meets MIL-STD-810G, MIL-HDBK-704F, MIL-STD-1275D, and other rugged standards.

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