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BeagleBone AI

The Fast Track for Embedded Machine Learning

Built on the proven BeagleBoard.org® open source Linux approach, BeagleBone® AI fills the gap between small SBCs and more powerful industrial computers. Based on the Texas Instruments AM5729, developers have access to the powerful SoC with the ease of BeagleBone® Black header and mechanical compatibility. BeagleBone® AI makes it easy to explore how artificial intelligence (AI) can be used in everyday life via the TI C66x digital-signal-processor (DSP) cores and embedded-vision-engine (EVE) cores supported through an optimized TIDL machine learning OpenCL API with pre-installed tools. Focused on everyday automation in industrial, commercial and home applications.

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Feature highlights

  • BeagleBone Black mechanical and header compatibility
  • TI AM5729 processor featuring 2x A15 CPU, 2x C66 DSP, 4x M4 MCU, 2x SGX544 3D, GC320 2D, IVA-HD, 4x PRU and 4x EVE
  • 1GB RAM and 16GB on-board eMMC flash with high-speed interface
  • USB type-C for power and superspeed dual-role controller; and USB type-A host
  • Gigabit Ethernet, 2.4/5GHz WiFi, and Bluetooth
  • microHDMI
  • Zero-download out-of-box software experience

Frequently asked questions

  • Is USB type-C only for power?
    No, the dual-role controller offers USB 3.0 SuperSpeed connections at 5,000Mbps, over 10 times faster than USB 2.0 high-speed connections at 480Mbps.
  • Will the board cost over $200 like BeagleBoard-X15?
    No, the board will be around $100, despite having similar features. Much of the savings comes from fewer USB 3.0 ports, removal of SATA and PCIe and lower-speed board interconnect. The RAM is also reduced from 2GB to 1GB and from 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports to just 1. We feel this is a good tradeoff for many people looking to experiment. The additional flash and addition of WiFi can largely be covered by the newer design and larger expected sales.

Last updated by default on Mon Aug 19 2019 02:13:27 GMT-0000 (UTC).
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