Estone Technology recently added the EMB-2239 to its Pico-ITX line of computers. The EMB-2239 is a single board computer designed to be used for machine vision, Edge AI computing, human machine interface (HMI), advanced voice/audio, and machine learning applications. Equipped with a dedicated Neural Processing Unit (NPU), the board features a PoE ready Gigabit ethernet port, two MIPI CSI interfaces and dual Image Signal Processors (ISPs), which support two cameras with resolutions up to 12 MPixels and can support NXP eIQ machine learning software development. It has dual core hardware DSP smart codec, integrated FPC connectors with dual channel LVDS, 4-lane MIPI DSI and built in I2C touch panel. It has a 40-pin expansion header that can support PCIe, GPIO, I2C, USB, serial communications, and up to two additional Gigabit Ethernet ports. BSP supports include Yocto Embedded Linux, Android, Qt, Wayland, Amazon AVS, Device SDK, Sensory TrulyHandsfree Wake Word Engine, NXP eIQ Toolkit, along with inference engines, neural network compilers and optimized libraries. The board is 100 x 72 mm and can operate in 0 - 60°C temperatures.
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Contact: Estone Technology
Headquarters: Toledo, OH, USA
Key Features: Dedicated NPU, PoE ready, MIPI CSI Interfaces and dual image signal processors
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