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Qualcomm-powered Vision-AI QCS6490 Development Kit

Avnet has introduced the new Vision-AI QCS6490 Development Kit designed for AI and computer vision projects.

The kit combines a SMARC-standard computer-on-module with a compact carrier board, delivering high performance with low power consumption.

At the core of the board is the Qualcomm QCS6490 chip, which has four Arm Cortex-A78 cores and four less powerful Cortex-A55 cores. Also present in the kit is an Adreno 643 GPU and Qualcomm AI Engine neural processor to provide energy efficient artificial intelligence on the device.

For computer vision, the kit is equipped with Adreno 633 vision processors and Spectra 570L ISP. The kit also features 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM, 64GB of UFS flash storage and various ports including USB, Ethernet and video outputs. The kit also offers M.2 slots for Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) cards and IEEE 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth radio module.

An audio subsystem with analog and digital jacks and two PDM microphones is also included in the kit. The kit will come with a power supply, Sony IMX477 camera module and software including Yocto Linux (BSP) and AI and camera demos.

The Avnet Vision-AI QCS6490 developer kit will be demonstrated at the Embedded Vision Summit, where Avnet will also showcase other products including an AI-based parking monitoring system and the IoTConnect platform.

The Embedded Vision Summit will take place from May 21 to May 23, 2024 In Santa Clara Convention Center, California, USA.

For more information about the Vision-AI QCS6490 Development Kit, please visit Avnet's website.