Syslogic’s AI Embedded Computer RM A2 was specially developed for in-vehicle use like in AGVs (Automated Guided Vehicles), buses, special vehicles, or trucks. The box PC is powered by NVIDIA’s Jetson TX2 module.
The AI Vehicle Computer RM A2 has six LAN interfaces, each with its own NIC for latency-free sensor operation. Four of them can be configured as PoE (Power over Ethernet) - either with M12 or as RJ45 connectors. This makes the box PC ideal for sensor fusion applications. In this process data from different sensor types such as radar, lidar and camera are combined to form a general image and "awareness" of the environment. This is called perception. Intelligent decisions are then derived from this and can be executed in the form of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), or Traffic Management Systems (TMS). In addition, the box PC is often used for computer vision applications. Be it for traffic monitoring, vehicle recognition or optical inspection.