V853 Dev Board realizes the full potential of Allwinner’s powerful V853 SoC, which includes a 1-GHz Arm Cortex-A7 core, a 600-MHz RISC-V E907 core, and a 1-TOPS NPU core. It does so by integrating several additional modules that, together, provide 512 MB of DDR3 memory, 8 GB of eMMC storage, SD-card support, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Ethernet, SD-card support, USB connectivity, dual microphones, a dual-camera interface, IT-CUT, a screen interface, a battery interface, an RTC battery, buttons, power management, a speaker, GPS support, a G-SENSOR interface, JTAG, I²S, and UART, among other features.
V853 Dev Board is also equipped with a 7-inch MIPI-LCD screen, a dual-camera module, and official support for a Tina Linux system based on version 4.9 of the Linux kernel and Uboot 2018.
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Allwinner is a popular SoC-design company in China. They have produced designs for smart-car, smart-home, and smart-industry solutions as well as other products, including wireless SoCs. AWOL and Whycan, both subsidiaries of Allwinner, are the organizations behind V853 Dev Board, which is an SoC designed specifically for AI-vision applications.
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"The V853 Dev board comes in a 4-layer PCB featuring a Cortex-A7 core (up to 1GHz), a RISC-V E906 core (up to 600MHz) and a 1-TOPS Neural Processing Unit NPU (NPU)."
"Designed for computer vision at the edge, the V853 Dev Board packs two cameras and a display."
"[A]n open source dev kit with an Arm Cortex-A7 core, a RISC-V E907 core, a 1-TOPS NPU, a 7-inch LCD screen, two cameras, and everything else your AI-vision applications might require..."
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