ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. – EIZO Rugged Solutions Inc. in Altamonte Springs, Fla., is introducing the Condor GR4 PCI Express card for airborne and naval surveillance applications, as well as for use in rugged rackmount servers and workstations.
The Condor GR4 video-capture board has four 3G-SDI inputs and outputs. The Condor GR4 PCI Express card is to capture, process, encode, decode, display, and stream video data simultaneously in manned and unmanned rugged intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) applications.
The embedded computing card can host Nvidia Pascal and Turing-based MXM graphics processing units (GPUs), and supports PCI Express Gen 3.0 in four, eight, or 16 lanes.
The product currently has two variants, based on the NVIDIA GPUs -- Quadro P5000 or Quadro P3000 -- but also offers an upgrade path to the latest Nvidia Quadro RTX Turing GPUs.
The maximum power consumption ranges from 85 to 110 Watts depending on the variant. The Condor GR4 PCI Express is built and tested to withstand extreme temperatures, shock, and vibration per MIL-STD-810.
The Condor PCI Express graphics and raw video capture card enables video capture to GPU memory using GPUDirect RDMA for high-speed data transfer. In GPU memory, the applications can do processing such as image analysis, image enhancement, 360-degree video stitching, sensor fusion, and target detection.
The card also supports CUDA- and OpenCL-based general-purpose graphics processing unit (GPGPU) computing, artificial intelligence processing (AI), deep learning, and H265/H264 encoding and decoding.
For more information contact EIZO Rugged Solutions online at www.eizorugged.com.