NVIDIA Jetson Preferred Partners provide the latest products and services for design, development, and manufacturing. You will find support and expertise in software, hardware, and product design from our preferred partners that will help you bring your product to market faster.
Abaco has worked closely with NVIDIA over a number of years, leveraging the incredible capability of NVIDIA technology to bring game-changing computing and graphics performance to harsh environments – notably in military and defense. From the tiny mCOM10K-1 module that delivers 326 GigaFLOPS of throughput to the GVC1000 graphics and vision computer, based on Jetson TX2, Abaco brings NVIDIA technology to mission critical applications.
Appro Photoelectron Inc. has extensive experience in the image processing industry serving large OEMs. They have created solutions for various verticals such as consumer and industrial devices, security and surveillance, and automotive embedded products. As our partner, Appro has been enabled by the Jetson camera toolchain to develop imaging solutions for any camera system needs for the Jetson Embedded Program. They have the ability to support a variety of imaging sensors, including for multiple-sensor applications, tuned on, both, external ISPs or NVIDIA’s on-chip ISP.
Leopard Imaging Inc. specializes in the creation of camera solutions. Examples include stereo depth mapping for embedded machine vision applications, and cameras to enable intelligent machines and consumer products. Starting with NVIDIA JetPack 2.3, Leopard solutions are enabled by the Jetson camera toolchain to address various camera system needs for the Jetson Embedded Program. They can support a variety of RAW and YUV sensors, either with NVIDIA’s on-chip ISP, or with an external ISP via CSI or USB.
Toshiba Development & Engineering Corporation provides comprehensive embedded solutions for NVIDIA Jetson products, and has extensive experience in system customization across a variety of industries. A full range of services are offered, from conceptual system design all the way to mass production, including hardware, software, and application development.