Ultron can be configured to use any of NVIDIA’s Jetson SoCs available in the SODIMM form factor, including the JetsonNano™️, TX2 NX™️, and Xavier™️ NX.
Jetson Nano™️ has the lowest CPU and GPU cores, making it ideal for low-power environments. TX2 NX increases CPU and GPU capabilities, while Xavier NX offers even better performance while also increasing RAM size, making it ideal for running demanding deep learning models and more complex applications. The same software suite is available on all Ultron computing platforms.
This enables you to run high-performance machine learning and deep learning models directly on Ultron. This can be used in conjunction with cameras and sensors to create complex rule sets for your applications.
Ultron includes a 128GB NVMe SSD as standard.
Ultron's operating system is based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
Yes. Ultron supports SSH-based remote login. Ultron can be connected to your network through its Ethernet ports or optional WiFi and LTE/5G modules.
As these peripherals are connected to the embedded Jetson device, you can control the IOs and relays using the control software preloaded in the Jetson module and programmed using the integrated visual programming tool.
Aside from Ethernet and USB, Ultron has two serial ports that can be configured to use the RS485 or RS232 standards. Ultron also includes I2C and CAN buses for connecting to digital sensors that use these communication protocols
The IO expansion board includes two sets of switches for configuring the GPIO ports and the ADC. For more information about all configuration parameters, see the user’s manual.