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Field-deployable Development Kit features NVIDIA Jetson™ TX2 processor and six high-speed sensor inputs

DesignCore® NVIDIA Jetson RSP-TX2 (Rugged Sensor Platform) Development Kit from D3 Engineering enables rapid system development for autonomous and deep learning applications

Rochester, NY – Feb. 14, 2019 – D3 Engineering, an NVIDIA Jetson™ Preferred Partner, announces availability of its DesignCore® NVIDIA Jetson RSP-TX2 Development Kit for rapid development of autonomous and deep learning applications.

The kit features an NVIDIA Jetson TX2 processor and six high-speed SerDes inputs (FPD-Link™ III or GMSL2) for vision and spatial sensors.

The kit has Wi-Fi®, Bluetooth®, Gigabit Ethernet, and USB 3.0 interfaces for control and data offload. It supports two independent HDMI displays. SSD and eSATA expansion enable hours of raw data storage.

The rugged aluminum enclosure and connectors are suitable for deployment in the field. The production-intent design enables faster transition from system design to deployment.

Applications include artificial intelligence at the edge, camera monitoring systems, industrial vehicle systems, machine vision, robotics, and autonomous machines.

Download the data sheet for drawings and specifications: https://www.d3engineering.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2018/10/D3Eng-DesignCore-RSP-TX2-DevKit-DataSheet.pdf

D3 Engineering kit licensing, design services, cameras, and sensors

Purchase of a D3 Engineering Development Kit conveys a license to use the kit as a platform for technology evaluation and product development. D3 Engineering offers cameras, radar sensors, and software design examples for technology evaluation on NVIDIA Jetson.  D3 Engineering provides concept-to-production embedded product development services, leveraging the RSP-TX2 Development Kit and other DesignCore reference designs. The company sells D3RCM Rugged Camera Modules suitable for both development and production systems.

As an NVIDIA Jetson Preferred Partner for camera development, D3 Engineering accesses the Jetson camera toolchain to develop high-performance, cost-optimized embedded vision systems for its OEM customers.

Pricing and availability

The DesignCore RSP-TX2 Development Kit is $3,999 and available for order online at https://store.d3engineering.com/product/designcore-rsp-tx2-development-kit/

About D3 Engineering

D3 Engineering provides embedded electronic design services and OEM products for original equipment manufacturers in the industrial, transportation, infrastructure and commercial sectors. Using its proven DesignCore® platforms and proven stage-gate development process, D3 Engineering helps its partners minimize the cost, schedule, and technical risks of new product development for performance-critical applications. D3 specializes in autonomous systems, embedded vision, and connected automation. The company provides hardware design, firmware design, validation testing, transition to production, and OEM products. Learn more at www.D3engineering.com.

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