The NRU-51V is a rugged fanless computer based around the Jetson Xavier NX platform. Supporting GMSL2 cameras, it is ideal as a sensor hub or an AI/perception unit for autonomous vehicles and robots as well as ADAS (advanced driver-assistance systems).
The system can take advantage of advanced vision capabilities such as high dynamic range (120dB HDR), auto white balance (AWB), and LED flicker mitigation (LFM), obtaining high-quality imagery with minimal latency both during the day and at night. The unique synchronization mechanism allows images to be obtained from up to four GMSL2 cameras simultaneously, and GPS PPS signals can also be used to align images with LIDAR data or to synchronize cameras on other systems.
Raw camera images can be transferred via built-in 10GBASE-T Ethernet to another GPU server for perception processing. The hardware H.264/265 video codec can be used to encode video streams from four GMSL2 cameras in real time, and transmit the live video feed to a teleoperator at a remote location via 5G telecommunication with minimum latency.