IP65 Military MXM-GPU Server with Intel® Xeon D-1577, NVIDIA® Quadro® RTX5000 CUDA 3072, MIL-461 18V~36V DC Extreme Rugged Temperature. -40°C to 60°C
AV710-X3 is based on SK515, powered by Intel® Broadwell Xeon DE D-1577 soldering onboard. SK515 can be customized with upgrade-able COMe Type 7 CPU, MXM-GPU in order to have more flexibility and be more user-friendly. SK515 is designed to fulfill demands of different applications, such as defense, marine navigation and aviation technology.
With stackable PCIe 104 expansion slot, SK515 brings many advantages, including fast data transfer, low cost and high reliability due to PCIe 104’s inherent ruggedness, and long-term sustainability. The rugged modules are optimized for mission-critical, harsh environments where failure caused by sudden shock or unpredictable vibration is not an option.
AV710-X3 is installed with NVIDIA Quadro MXM RTX5000 (3072 CUDA, 16GB GDDR6) that generates excellent resolution and supports high efficiency and fluency of image processing with competitive G3D Mark and low power consumption. Inherited the remarkable ruggedness and dual-sided thermal design of AV710-X3 can efficiently dissipate the heat generated from both CPU and GPU, maintaining the stability of solution performance. The system possess great superiority for image computing utilization, including 2D/3D mapping and real-time image process for autonomous vehicle, surveillance system for command center, other navigation, radar, detection, sensor and laser systems on all maritime, ground, and aerial applications in both defense and industrial fields.
MIL-STD-461 is a military standard that establishes the control of electromagnetic interference (EMI) emissions and susceptibility characteristics of electronic, electrical & electro-mechanical equipment and subsystems for military equipment. EMI encompasses any undesired signals, “noise”, generated by electronic equipment. Keeping EMI under control is crucial for military applications, because if it’s out of control, the military will be detected by the enemy and it might cause a great loss. To design a product that meets strict requirements, engineers should possess extensive knowledge of both electrical and mechanical design to avoid unintentional generation, propagation and reception of electromagnetic energy, which may cause unwanted effects, for example, physical damage in operational equipment.