I saw last mile delivery vehicles using nvidia xavier agx, but the rules in each country everyday are strong and to request AEC-Q100 certification is not too far. Then my question is:
The Nvidia Orin Agx production module can be used as a AEC-Q100 certified product?
A simple ESP32 from expressif can met the requirements, I imagine a powerul Nvidia product can do it too.
I can’t answer this quesiton as the Jetson AGX Orin module is not designed for vehicle product, also don’t know the requirement to get the AEC-Q100 certification.
You may refer to Jetson AGX Orin datasheet to find more module information: Jetson AGX Orin Series Module Data Sheet Thanks
Thanks for your answer. And thanks for the document.
In the document shared by you in the page 25 said:
The Controller Area Network (CAN) is a vehicular bus standard for communication between microcontrollers and devices within the vehicle. The CAN bus is a multi-Initiator serial bus for connecting multiple nodes within a vehicle using a message-based protocol. The NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin SOM supports connectivity to two CAN networks.
If the Orin wasn’t designed for vehicles: why is included a device to connect the device with a vehicle. Which kind of vehicle describe this paragraph?
As mentioned previously, the Jetson AGX Orin module is not designed for vehicle product customer should use DRIVE AGX platform for vehicle project, please find more information from NVIDIA DRIVE Solutions for Autonomous Vehicles | NVIDIA Developer
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