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  • Hetereogeneous Computing Modules

    Unibap’s e20x0 and e21x0 heterogeneous computing modules for safety critical embedded applications are uniquely tailored and extended Qseven(R) modules featuring multi-core CPU, 128 ALU GPU cores, and 55 kLU FPGA with advanced error correction.

    This product is distributed in the U.S.A. by Moog Inc through Moog Broad Reach.


    Heterogeneous computing combining real-time processing and x86 flexiblity

    Intelligent industrial automation
    Robot and drone guidance

    Product information

    Unibap e20x0/e21x0 family of Heterogeneous Processing Modules for advanced mission critical embedded solutions featuring 100 GFLOPs over CPU/GPU/FPGA.

    The Unibap e20x0 and e21x0 products are the perfect choice for autonomous systems with high demands of visual perception, sensor fusion, control and decision support using optimized the hyper parallel architecture.

    At 100 billion single precision floating point operations (GFLOPS) the modules are able to run artificial intelligence in real-time on high resolution video or sensor fusion with lidar, radar or other sensor inputs

    A wealth of input/output (IO) is provided through the Qseven MXM connector and an additional board to board connector on the back for a total of 350 IO, including:

    • Gigabit LAN
    • Controller Area Network (CAN) v2.0b
    • USB 3.0
    • USB 2.0
    • SATA v3.0 (6 Gbps)
    • PCIexpress v2.0
    • SPI
    • I2C
    • LVDS (695 Mbps)
    • Serdes (5 Gbps)
    • Digital IO
    • Analog input

    Unibap support a full open source software stack including:

    • Linux 4.6 and newer kernels (AMD64, x86-64)
    • (Optionally VxWorks, Windows Realtime)
    • UNiLINK driver
    • OpenGL 4.1
    • OpenCL 1.1/1.2
    • Hardware accelerated H.264 encoding
    • AMD HSA (e21x0), see further professional compute
    • OpenCV 3
    • Caffe neural network
    • NASA Visual workbench
    • Visual SLAM
    • FreeRTOS (ARM, in the FPGA)
    • (Optionally RTEMS, µcLinux)
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