EIZO Rugged Solutions has released an article showcasing some of the company’s single-card products that provide real-time processing and edge computing for defense and aerospace applications. Single-card GPGPU computing and real-time video capture solutions lower the SWaP (size, weight and power) footprint of the system, making them ideal for UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) and robotic platforms undertaking critical missions such as video encoding/decoding, SIGINT, and C4ISR.
Read the full article on EIZO’s website
The article details the following products from the Condor line of rugged commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) graphics and video processor cards:
Condor NVP2102AxX – a rugged graphics & video capture card based on the NVIDIA Quadro Pascal P2000 GPU, capturing both analog & digital raw frame-by-frame audio/video and metadata with exceptionally low latency
Condor GR4-P5000 – a rugged 3U VPX form factor graphics/GPGPU/video capture processing card based on the NVIDIA Pascal architecture and ideal for High Performance Embedded Computing (HPEC) systems, handling data and image processing from up to four sensors
Condor GR4-PCIe – a rugged, passively cooled PCI Express form factor graphics/video capture/GPGPU processing card specifically designed for rugged rackmount servers and ISR applications
To find out more about EIZO’s graphics and video processor cards for mission-critical and SWaP-constrained unmanned systems applications, read the full article here.