Vecow introduces Robust Edge AI Platform

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The Robust Edge AI Platform is well suited for IoT use cases in machine vision, robotic control, ADAS and any edge AI applications

Vecow has introduced a new Robust Edge AI Platform: ECX-3000 PEG, ECX-3000 and IVX-1000 Series powered by the latest 13th Gen Intel Core i9/i7/i5/i3 Processor (Codename: Raptor Lake-S).

The new Robust Edge AI Platform is in line with Vecow embedded computing system's design principle of combining outstanding performance, rugged and industrial-grade trusted reliability and makes it well suited for IoT use cases in machine vision, robotic control, advanced driver assistance system (ADAS), mobile communication, smart manufacturing, in-vehicle computing, public security, and any edge AI applications.

Vecow's Robust Edge AI Platform offers exceptional compute-intensive performance, real-time data synchronization capable of TSN and TPM 2.0. Equipped with Intel UHD Graphics 770 driven by Intel XGraphics, the platform delivers immersive interactions with enhanced graphics and accelerated AI.

Moreover, incorporating a rugged, extended temperature package and ultra-fast 10G LAN technology, the Vecow Robust Edge AI Platform provides seamless communication and can be deployed in harsh environments.

"Vecow Robust Edge AI Platform leverages Intel's breakthrough core technology, delivering up to 24 cores and 32 threads with advanced performance hybrid architecture," said Judy Hu, Product Manager, Embedded Systems & Platform Division at Vecow. "Vecow RD team used the technologies and implemented them for existing ECX-3000 PEG, ECX-3000 and IVX-1000 Series. These Edge AI Platforms are powerful and bring a new era of embedded systems for IoT developers.”

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