Bringing open source hardware to an industry standard form-factor

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  • Familiar form-factor that works with a broad ecosystem of accessories
  • Adds 4 TOPS of Edge AI acceleration to a fan-less computing platform
  • Based on industrial market preferred suppliers, Texas Instruments, and Seeed Studio


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  • Open source hardware better enables professional developers with detailed collaborative repository at

Why open source hardware?

  • Gives you the opportunity to build derivatives that are cost, size, power and connectivity optimized
  • Gives you better understanding and ability to resolve issues at the lowest possible levels
  • Gives you ownership to decide manufacturing and supply chain options that work best for you


Chipset Features
  • Texas Instruments AM67A Arm-based vision processor
    • Quad-core 64-bit Arm®Cortex®-A53 CPU subsystem at 1.4GHz
    • Dual general-purpose C7x DSP with Matrix Multiply Accelerator (MMA) capable of 4 TOPs
    • Arm Cortex-R5 subsystem for low-latency I/O and control
    • GPU, video and vision accelerators, and other specialized processing capability
  • High-speed interfaces
    • PCI-Express® Gen3 single lane controller
    • USB3.1-Gen1 Port
    • Gigabit Ethernet
Board Features
  • Memory
    • 4GB LPDDR4
    • microSD card socket
    • Board identifier EEPROM
  • Networking
    • BM3301 module based on TI CC3301
      • WiFi 6 (IEEE802.11ax)
      • Bluetooth® 5.4 with Bluetooth Low-Energy (BLE)
    • Gigabit Ethernet with power-over-Ethernet (PoE+) support via add-on
  • 3 Simultaneous Displays
    • microHDMI
    • OLDI (LVDS) with touchscreen support
    • MIPI-DSI with touchscreen support (muxed with MIPI-CSI)
  • Other I/O
    • 2x MIPI CSI
    • PCI-Express® Gen3 x 1 interface (requires external adapter)
    • 4x USB3 (5Gbps) type-A host ports
    • 1x USB2 (480Mbps) type-C device port and power input
    • 40-pin expansion header
    • Fan power and control connector
  • Debug
    • 3-pin JST-SH console UART
    • 10-pin TAG-CONNECT JTAG header