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Newest Elma Rugged SFF AI System Powered by NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin System-on-Module

Expandable, configurable JetSys-5330 easily meets mission-critical and industrial system requirements
Technology Highlights
  • Powerful NVIDIA accelerated computing in rugged edge computing system
  • Versatile I/O and storage with three mini-PCIe slots (one doubling as mSATA)
  • Up to 275 TOPS of AI performance with configurable power consumption
  • Rated to IP67 & MIL-STD-810G for rugged applications
FREMONT, Calif., May 2023 – Elma Electronic has expanded its line of rugged small form factor (SFF) edge computing systems to include the JetSys-5330, based on the powerful NVIDIA® Jetson AGX Orin™ system-on-module (SoM). The new rugged AI platform delivers up to 275 TOPS, coupled with numerous expansion sites for custom I/O and storage requirements, making the JetSys-5330 an ideal platform for rugged, deployed deep learning applications.
By enabling advanced data processing in harsh environments, the JetSys-5330 is ideal for several rugged and mission-critical applications utilizing wireless multi-access edge computing as well as those in remote or outdoor environments. Rugged industrial applications, including robotics and autonomous mining, agriculture, and construction vehicles, can also benefit from the JetSys-5330 edge computing capabilities.
Mark Littlefield, director, system products for Elma Electronic, commented, “The power of AI brought to the edge by this latest NVIDIA Jetson-based JetSys platform is enhanced by the versatile and extensive I/O interfaces and storage capabilities. This new system can handle multiple concurrent video pipelines, which means enhanced data handling and processing power for rugged systems.”
The NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin is a powerful SoM for AI applications, featuring a 2048-core NVIDIA Ampere architecture GPU with 64 Tensor Cores and a 12-core Arm® Cortex®-A78AE. Deep learning and vision accelerators, a video encoder/decoder, high-speed I/O, 204 GB/s of memory bandwidth and up to 64 GB of DRAM contribute to its impressive processing capabilities.
Easily configurable and expandable to meet mission requirements, the JetSys-5330 combines the NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin module with Elma’s new JetKit-3110 carrier card, which provides the necessary power and interfaces for the SoM as well as three mini-PCIe slots (one that doubles as mSATA) and two M.2 slots (one B-Key and one M-Key) for custom I/O or fixed storage expansion.
The platform’s rugged design is IP67 rated and qualified to standards including MIL-STD-810G, MIL-HDBK-704F, MIL-STD-1275D, and others. The platform’s power consumption ranges from 53 W up to 130 W depending on the system configuration. Maximum weight is 16 lbs with an optionally available fan kit.
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About Elma Electronic Inc.
Elma Electronic Inc. is a global manufacturer of commercial, industrial and rugged electronic products for embedded systems and application-ready platforms – from components, embedded boards, backplanes, chassis and enclosures, power supplies, to fully integrated subsystems.
With one of the widest product ranges available in the embedded industry, Elma also offers standard and custom cabinets and enclosures as well as precision components such as rotary switches/encoders, LEDs, front panels and small cases.
Elma leverages proven technology based on VITA, PICMG, and other standards-based architectures (i.e. OpenVPX, SOSA™, VME, CompactPCI Serial, COM Express and PCIe/104). Elma is also actively engaged in designing solutions for applications requiring smaller footprints.
Elma Electronic manages entire projects from initial system architecture to specification, design, manufacturing and test through its worldwide production facilities and sales offices. The company serves the mil/aero, industrial, research, telecom, medical and commercial markets and is certified to ISO 9001 and AS 9100.
With U.S. headquarters in Fremont, Calif., the company maintains multiple sales, engineering and manufacturing operations in Atlanta, Ga., and Philadelphia, Pa.

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