QNX with Jetson AGX Orin Support Limitations

For my research, I saw on your forum platform the conversation ,It indicates that NVIDIA does not support QNX OS on their Jetson platform x(NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin). Instead, the moderator specifies that L4T (Linux for Tegra), which is based on Ubuntu, is the only operating system supported on Jetson devices ? You also mention that QNX is supported only on NVIDIA DRIVE platforms, which are different from the Jetson line and are specifically designed for automotive applications.
Does it indicates that if I am planning to use the NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin for my project with QNX OS, I may encounter support limitations ?. I would either need to consider using L4T as suggested, or if QNX is a requirement? I might have to look into using NVIDIA DRIVE platforms instead, where QNX support is available ? I need your suggestions and information. Best Regards,

Yes, the Linux/Ubuntu is the only supported OS. There is no plan to have QNX on Jetson platform.

For DRIVE platform, thee is no QNX supported by fault, customer needs to contact with QNX vendor first.

Where can I find comprehensive documentation or case studies related to using the Jetson AGX Orin for advanced signal processing tasks?
Are there any plans to support real-time operating systems (RTOS) other than Linux/Ubuntu in the future?
If the Jetson platform does not support QNX, could you recommend an alternative approach or NVIDIA platform that would meet my project’s requirements?
thanks for your attention.

Please check the sensor section Jetson Software Architecture — NVIDIA Jetson Linux Developer Guide 1 documentation to find the SPE RTOS - the Sensor Processing Engine (SPE), a component of a Jetson module’s ARM® Cortex™-R5 microcontroller that supports hardware-accelerated sensor input processing.

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