SAN DIEGO – Congatec Inc. in San Diego is introducing the conga-STDA4 SMARC computer-on-module featuring the industrial-grade Arm Cortex-based TDA4VM processor for automated guided vehicles and autonomous mobile robots.
The new product announcement is part of an expansion of Congatec's portfolio in the Arm processor sector to include Texas Instruments (TI) processors.
Using a system-on-chip architecture, TI incorporates accelerated vision and AI processing, real-time control, and functional safety capabilities into their TDA4VM processor.
This Dual Arm Cortex-A72-based module also is vision-focused industrial or medical solution that call for a powerful and energy-efficient artificial intelligence (AI) processor at the edge.
Integrating the TI TDA4VM processor on a standardized computer-on-module simplifies design-in of this processor by enabling designers in different embedded computing industries to focus on their core competencies, save up-front costs, and shorten time to market.
Congatec is making TI processors available on the company's credit-card-sized SMARC computer-on-module for fast prototyping and application development, and carrier board designs.
For more information contact Congatec online at www.congatec.com.