MILBOX-XV Getting Started
1- Target applications
2- Key features and connectors
3- Standard I/O interfaces
4- Power compliance
In this blog post, we will explain how to getting started with MILBOX-XV.
The MILBOX-XV, with its Jetson AGX-Xavier processor, allows to perform signal processing for intelligence and distributed edge computing, surveillance, targeting, command and control applications on-board embedded air, ground, undersea, and surface vehicle platforms. Optimized for AI and machine learning, its integrated Jetson AGX Xavier module boasts a 512-core CUDA-capable Volta GPU, 8-core ARMv8 CPU, deep learning and multimedia accelerators.
- Civil and Military processing
- All kinds of applications included artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning
- Military and civil mission tactical processing (computer/ server) in ground vehicle
X2 connector includes HDMI and USB2.0 lines. Mating connector: UP01L18 M042C BK1 Z1ZB.
X3 connector is defined as USB3.0 connector. Mating connector: MP11ZS08 2007 BK1 Z1AS
X4, X5, X6 and X7 connectors are defined as GigaBit Ethernet connectors. Mating connector: MP11ZS08 0008 BK1 Z1AS
X8 connector includes RS 232/422 and CanBus line. Mating connector: MP11ZS08 2007 BK1 Z1AS
STANDARD I/O INTERFACES
4 x Gigabit Ethernet LAN interfaces
4 x RS232 (Isolated), 4 x RS422 (Isolated)
2 x Control Area Network (CAN) v2.0 ports (Isolated)
3 x USB ports (2 x USB 2.0, 1 x USB 3.0)
1 x HDMI
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