BitFlow Introduces SDK for NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier Development Kit

Customers looking to develop on this platform can now work with BitFlow frame grabbers

WOBURN, MA, MAY 4, 2020 -- BitFlow has released a Linux AArch64 (64-bit ARM) SDK that enables seamless integration of BitFlow frame grabbers with the NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier Development Kit.


Donal Waide, Director of Sales for BitFlow, states, "Many of our customers are already using GPU solutions such as NVIDIA for image processing so adding this option to the already large BitFlow suite of adapters was a natural progression for the company. BitFlow has been supporting Linux for several years across a variety of flavors."

Added Waide, "BitFlow was one of the first frame grabber companies to support NVIDIA's GPUDirect for Video technology. BitFlow and NVIDIA have worked together for a number of years already."

With the advent of the new machine vision standard CXP 2.0 where data rates are now up to 50 Gb/S, customers are looking to process more and more data and in shorter timeframes. For this, a GPU can typically perform these tasks much more effectively than a CPU. Even with slower data rates such as Camera Link's (up to 850 MB/S) the ability to quickly process more complex algorithms is equally important.

The NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier is the first computer designed specifically for autonomous machines. It has six Engines onboard for accelerated sensors data processing and running autonomous machines software, and offers the performance and power efficiency for fully autonomous machines.

For more information visit www.bitflow.com.

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