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Syslogic announces rugged computer with eight GMSL interfaces based on NVIDIA Jetson Orin NX

Baden-Dättwil, 18 October 2023

Computer vision applications in harsh environments – Syslogic’s AI Rugged Computer RML A4NX is designed for that purpose. Available in both the GMSL and PoE variants, the rugged computer gets its AI computing power from the NVIDIA Jetson Orin NX system-on-module.

Syslogic, a Preferred Partner in the NVIDIA Partner Network, offers robust AI-powered embedded systems. These rugged systems perform inference and intelligent vision tasks. Syslogic has now introduced the AI Rugged Computer RML A4NX, based on the NVIDIA® Jetson Orin™ NX system-on-module (SoM).

Version with eight GMSL2 interfaces
The outstanding product feature of the AI Rugged Computer RML A4NX is its eight GMSL2 interfaces. Up to eight high-resolution GMLS2 cameras or up to four GMSL2 stereo cameras can be connected. The AI Rugged Computer RML A4NX is suitable for the most demanding monitoring and control tasks in robots as well as in autonomous vehicles and machines.

Version with four PoE interfaces

To serve AI applications that integrate sensors such as lidar or radar in addition to cameras, Syslogic offers a second expansion option. This has four PoE (Power over Ethernet) interfaces. This allows sensors to be directly connected and powered with a single cable.

GPU-powered computing power with 100 TOPS

Both products use the Jetson Orin NX SoM, featuring 100 TOPS of AI performance and 16GB of RAM. This gives the NVIDIA Jetson Orin NX three times the performance of the NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier™. The SoM is smaller than a credit card and consumes only 10 to 25 watts of power. This unique combination of form factor, performance and power efficiency opens the door to a new generation of autonomous edge devices. Syslogic helps ensure that the technology can be used in extreme environmental conditions..

The Rugged Computer RML A4NX is IP67 certified. Syslogic combines the NVIDIA SoMs with a proprietary carrier board designed to withstand high levels of shock and vibration. To protect the electronics from moisture, water and dust, the industrial computers have a rugged housing and M12 screw connectors. In addition, a GORE ventilation element ensures pressure equalisation inside the units. This makes the RML A4NX one of the most rugged devices based on NVIDIA Jetson currently available in the world.

Technical data AI Rugged Computer RML A4NX

  • NVIDIA Jetson Orin NX w/16GB RAM
  • 2x Gbit Ethernet
  • 2x CAN, isolated
  • 8x GMSL2 camera inputs, with Power over Coax
  • or 4x Power over Ethernet
  • LTE, GNSS & WiFi (optional)
  • USB 3.1
  • 240GB M.2 NVMe SSD (expandable up to 2TB)
  • 9-45VDC input with Power Ignition Controller

Product highlights

  • GMSL2 camera inputs with PoC or PoE inputs
  • IP67 protection, extended temperature range
  • Shock and vibration resistant acc. to agricultural levels in ISO15003
  • Power ignition controller or remote on/off

High-tech made in Europe.

Syslogic is a leading tech company in the embedded industry and is pioneering digitalization. Syslogic’s embedded computers are the hardware base for making tomorrow’s trends reality and to tackle fundamental challenges of our time.

Syslogic develops and manufactures its own embedded computers in Europe. The tried and tested hardware is based on processor technology by NVIDIA and Intel. The systems are used all over the world in applications that require particularly robust and durable devices. Applications include railway, agriculture, construction machinery, smart city, special-purpose vehicles, and mobile robots.

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