In the rapidly advancing world of industrial automation, AAEON unleashes its latest tool for developers – the UP Xtreme 7100. This developer board, designed to optimize performance in Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMR), Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV), and various industrial automation applications, is poised to enhance connectivity and processing power, offering a robust feature set to handle the most demanding tasks.

Unveiling UP Xtreme 7100: A Powerhouse for Automation

The UP Xtreme 7100 is a masterstroke by AAEON and is touted as an ‘all-in-one robotics solution’. Its specifications include Ubuntu 22.04 LTS with Linux 5.15 and Linux 5.19, terminal blocks for serial communication, 24V digital I/O, and GPIOs. With a wide range of DC input from 9V to 36V, the board also exhibits vibration/shock resistance and lockable I/O ports. This fanless board can be equipped with up to 16GB of RAM, ensuring smooth handling of demanding tasks. The UP Xtreme 7100 also includes dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, accommodating the essential high-speed networking requirement for autonomous and automated systems.

Flexibility with Intel N-series Processors

While AAEON has not yet disclosed the specific Intel N-series processors that the UP Xtreme 7100 can be configured with, they have emphasized the flexibility in options to meet various performance requirements. This board supports Intel N-series processors, offering options for enhanced inferencing capabilities with the Hailo-8 M.2 2280 AI module. This wide range of processor options opens doors for developers to customize the board based on the unique needs of their applications.

Availability and Pricing

The UP Xtreme 7100 is available through AAEON and is priced at $648.00 for the i3-N305 processor variant and $445.00 for the N97 processor model. The availability on the UP Shop is expected soon. Given the robust features and the flexibility it offers, the UP Xtreme 7100 is anticipated to be a game-changer in the realm of industrial automation, autonomous mobile robots, and automated guided vehicles.