Neousys Technology, an industry-leading provider of rugged embedded systems, announced today that its NRU-120S Series was recognized among the best in machine vision by the judges of the Vision Systems Design 2021 Innovators Awards program. The judging panel consisted of esteemed experts from system integrator and end-user companies.
"The Vision Systems Design team would like to congratulate Neousys Technology for their score in the 2021 Innovators Awards program," says Chris Mc Loone, Editor in Chief. "Each year this unbiased and increasingly competitive program aims to celebrate the most innovative products and systems in machine vision. The Neousys team should be very proud."
NRU-120S is a robust and reliable fanless Edge AI inference platform powered by NVIDIA® Jetson AGX Xavier. It can deliver performances equivalent to a 120W GPU while consuming less than 30W of power. NRU-120S offers two easy-swappable 2.5" storage trays, 4x PoE+ ports and 3x USB ports for IP, industrial and USB cameras. The system pushes real-time image and video inference to the edge through NVIDIA® AI tools and deep learning frameworks. Capable of operating between - 25°C to 70°C, the NRU-120S is a rugged and low-power consumption design suited for harsh outdoor environments. It features in-vehicle functions such as ignition control and CAN bus; supports wireless communication including WiFi/ 4G modules; has external communication connections with 3-CH isolated DI and 4-CH isolated DO; together they make NRU-120S perfect for mobile or in-vehicle deployments.
Kaichu Wu, Product Manager of Neousys Technology said: "We are excited to announce that Neousys Technology NRU-120S has won the Vision Systems Design Innovators Award 2021. As a 30W rugged GPU computer, NRU-120S is the remedy for edge AI deployments in the real world. With Neousys' industrial-grade thermal, power, and mechanical design, NRU-120S guarantees 24/7 stable operation in environmentally harsh conditions at the edge. It perfectly meets the increasing vision-based AI applications such as real-time security alerts, in-vehicle law enforcement, precision agriculture, and autonomous logistics."