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Jetson carrier can stream four Flir USB3 cameras

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The 138 x 92 x 18.2mm Quartet TX2 runs Arch Linux and is available with the cross-platform Flir Spinnaker SDK. Applications include robotics, metrology, ADAS, and 3D scanning.

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Teledyne FLIR Quartet Jetson TX2 carrier board supports

  • Teledyne FLIR Quartet Jetson TX2 carrier board supports up to four USB 3.0 cameras

    There are already plenty of NVIDIA Jetson-based camera solutions from carrier boards to IP67 rugged cameras, but Teledyne FLIR has decided to launch its own with the Quartet carrier board for the Jetson TX2 module.

    The Quarter board is not designed to work with the thermal cameras the company is known for, but instead FLIR Blackfly S USB3 cameras designed for machine vision. Besides four TF38 USB 3.0 connectors, the carrier board also offers a SATA storage interface, HDMI video output, and extra USB Type-A ports for other peripherals.

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