The AIR-020 series is 139 x 110 x 44.5mm, and the company sees them being used in automated guided vehicles (AGV), autonomous mobile robots (AMR), medical imaging, traffic monitoring, defect inspection and people counting.
- AIR-020X – Nvidia Jetson Xavier NX SoM embedded, up to six cameras, 21Top/s (INT8), 1,058frame/s
- AIR-020T – Nvidia Jetson TX2 NX SoM embedded, up to five cameras, 1.33Tflop/s and up to 109frame/s
- AIR-020N – Nvidia Jetson Nano SoM embedded, up to four cameras, 0.5Tflop/s and up to 47frame/s (ResNet-50)
Operation is over 12 – 24Vdc and -10 to 50°C with 0.7m/s air flow, extending to 60°C for T and N models.
IO ports include 2 x USB 3.2 Type A, USB 3.2 Type C, 1 or 2x Gbit Ethernet, 1 or 2x RS-232/422/485, 8bit digital IO and CANBus
Memory is 4Gbyte or 8Gbyte LPDDR4 and 16Gbyte eMMC 5.1 – plus 1x M.2 2280 (M Key) storage for AI data.
AIR-020 series bundles with Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, Advantech Edge AI Suite and JetPack SDK 4.5.1.
For data security, there is a TPM 2.0 trusted platform and secure boot.
The AIR-020 series product page is here