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Linux-based ML kit for AWS combines i.MX8 QuadMax with an industrial camera

Feb 5, 2020 — views: 506

Toradex has launched a $490 “Apalis AI Vision Starter Kit” that runs Torizon Linux and an optimized ML stack with AWS IoT Greengrass on its i.MX8 QuadMax based Apalis iMX8 module. The kit includes Toradex’s Ixora Carrier Board and an Allied Vision Alvium 1500 CSI2 camera.

Cyclone V based imaging and AI kit offers Basler cams and Myriad X

Feb 4, 2020 — views: 375

Aries’ C-Vision-Kit runs Linux on an Arm/FPGA Cyclone V SoC via an “MCV” module. The dev board includes 2x GbE, 2x serial, 2x CAN, 3x PMOD, a Myriad X AI module, an adapter for 2x Basler Dart cameras, and an optional display.

Xeon-driven Coffee Lake system billed as “most powerful fanless industrial” PC

Feb 4, 2020 — views: 632

Aaeon’s fanless, rugged “Boxer-6641” runs Ubuntu or Win 10 on an 8th Gen Coffee Lake CPU with up to 32GB DDR4, 2x SATA and HDMI, 2x mini-PCIe, 4x GbE, 6x serial, and up to 8x USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports.

Pine 64 previews RK3399 based HardRock64 SBC and SoEdge AI module

Feb 3, 2020 — views: 1893

Pine64 unveiled a smaller, cheaper ($35 and up) “HardRock64” variant of its RK3399-based RockPro64 SBC that omits the PCIe and USB Type-C. There’s also a SoEdge module in the works with a dual -A35 RK1808 equipped with a 3-TOPS NPU.

RK3288 SBC offers HDMI 2.0 plus M.2 and mini-PCIe expansion

Feb 3, 2020 — views: 3623

Boardcon’s “Idea3288” runs Android 7.1.2 on a quad -A17 Rockchip RK3288 via a “CM3288” module with 2GB LPDDR3 and 8GB eMMC. The SBC offers GbE with PoE, WiFi/BT, M.2, mini-PCIe, and display I/O including a 4K ready HDMI port.

Teen launches Raspberry Pi 4 based STEM kit

Feb 3, 2020 — views: 2336

On Kickstarter: a “Sania Box Embedded Computer Kit” for STEM education developed by 13-year old Sania Jain that combines a Raspberry Pi 4 with a kid-friendly, sensor-equipped add-on board and Python coding lessons.

First Linux-powered Ryzen V1000 thin client can drive four displays

Jan 31, 2020 — views: 3580

Radeus Labs has launched a rugged “RLDT-TC-G” thin client that runs a Red Hat derivative on a Ryzen Embedded V1807B. The system has a 180W power supply and supports up to four simultaneous displays.

Compute module and eval kit run Linux on RISC-V-based PolarFire SoC

Jan 30, 2020 — views: 1437

Aries Embedded’s “M100PF” module runs Linux on Microchip’s RISC-V architecture PolarFire SoC and starts at $381 with 8x SERDES lanes and three levels of FPGAs up to 300K LE. A $684-and-up eval kit is also available.

Sub-1GHz mini-PCIe card also handles 2.4GHz links

Jan 29, 2020 — views: 881

Gateworks has launched a second-gen “GW16122 IoT Radio” mini-PCIe card for Sub-1GHz and 2.4GHz BT5 LE, Thread, and Zigbee communications. The TI CC1352P driven card has a 20dBm amplifier for a longer range plus up to 352KB flash and open source software.

Tiniest i.MX8M Mini module yet ships with Linux BSP

Jan 29, 2020 — views: 764

Kontron’s “SoM SL i.MX8M Mini” module combines NXP’s Mini SoC with up to 4GB LPDDR4 and 128GB eMMC. The -25 to 85°C tolerant module ships with a Linux BSP and measures only 30 x 30mm.

Compute module and ATX board set sail on Coffee Lake

Jan 28, 2020 — views: 376

Portwell’s “PCOM-B654GL” COM Express Basic Type 6 module and “RUBY-D811-Q370” industrial ATX board both run on 8th Gen Coffee Lake CPUs, and the RUBY-D811 also supports 9th Gen models. Features include 4x USB 3.1 Gen 2, 4x SATA, 3x 4K displays, and loads of PCIe links.

MintBox 3 debuts with 9th Gen Core CPUs, NVMe and Mint 19.3

Jan 28, 2020 — views: 2513

CompuLab and the Linux Mint project have launched a “MintBox 3” version of CompuLab’s fanless Airtop3 mini-tower loaded with Linux Mint 19.3 and a choice of Intel 9th Gen CPUs: a hexa-core i5-9500 for $1,399 and an octa-core i9-9900K with GeForce GTX 1660 graphics for $2,499.

Asus launches Coral-based Tinker Edge T SBC for $168

Jan 27, 2020 — views: 1595

Asus has launched a $168 “Tinker Edge T” SBC that runs Linux on the same Coral SOM module found on Google’s Coral Dev Board, equipped with an i.MX8M and an Edge TPU. The SBC advances to 3x USB 3.2 ports and offers a second CSI port and a 12-19V input.

Apollo Lake and Allwinner based panel PCs target retail, kiosk, and medical jobs, and

Jan 27, 2020 — views: 311

Portwell’s LEAD Series panel PCs come with IP65-protected 21.5- and 23.6-inch capacitive touchscreens. Models include the Apollo Lake based LEAD-PPC with Linux, Win 10, or Android, and a LEAD-PND that runs Android 6.0 on an octa-core -A7 Allwinner A83T.