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The scalable AMD Kria™ K24 System-on-Module (SOM) is designed for compact and cost-effective industrial edge applications, with a size that's roughly half that of a credit card. It streamlines the development of tasks like electric drives and motor control, where size, power efficiency, and affordability are key considerations. Developers can use the KD240 Drives Starter Kit, motor accessory pack, Python, MATLAB, and Simulink support, and access to the Kria App Store to kickstart motor control applications quickly and customize pre-built algorithms to their specific needs.
This webinar covers:
- Importance of high-performance digital signal processing (DSP) in controlling Silicon Carbide and Gallium Nitride power electronics used in modern motor systems and the resulting reduction in global electricity usage possible
- Importance of ECC-protected memory, hardware root-of-trust in high-reliability system
- Scalability of the Kria SOM portfolio to support connector compatibility between the complementary K24 and K26 SOM
- Support for hardware, software, and control system engineers, AI scientists and roboticists with Kria SOM-supported development flow
- Features of the KD240 Drives Starter Kit and the two optional motor accessories
Chetan Khona | Senior Director, Industrial, Vision, Healthcare & Sciences Markets| AMD
Giulio Corradi | Fellow, Industrial, Vision, Healthcare & Sciences | AMD
Karan Kantharia | Product Marketing Manager | AMD