AJA Adopts AI Solutions

The AJA Software Development Kit (SDK) supports the NVIDIA Jetson platform for edge AI, and the NVIDIA Clara AGX developer kit, which provides real-time AI and imaging.

This means OEM developers can use AJA KONA and Corvid PCIe I/O solutions to develop real-time AI and video imaging and streaming systems and devices that support 8K and 4K video capture and playback.

An AI computing platform for GPU-accelerated parallel processing in embedded solutions, Jetson allows developers to envision powerful autonomous systems. Built on NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier, Clara AGX provides developers with an AI computer and software development framework for building AI medical devices that feature advanced image, video, and signal processing – from endoscopes to advanced surgical displays and more.

AJA anticipates launching Clara AGX and Jetson support for additional AJA I/O solutions in the future.

“AI technology is accelerating innovation across business verticals from medicine to media and entertainment and beyond, and is an area that AJA is exploring,” shared Bill Bowen, CTO, AJA. “By working with NVIDIA to integrate the Jetson edge AI platform and Clara AGX developer kit with the AJA SDK, our latest collaboration provides OEM developers with a solid foundation to more quickly and easily bring game-changing AI imaging and streaming solutions to market that support ultra high resolution video.”

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