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January 2022 Newsletter

January 20, 2022

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 Please Note: The date for ADAS has been changed to Sept. 6-7, 2022. 

One Stop Systems will exhibit at ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo & Conference at the McEnery Convention Center. We will showcase our latest solutions in autonomous vehicle technology including our flagship product, Rigel, that was recently unveiled at SC21 in November as well as AI Transportable storage and compute solutions such as the EB4400 and 3U SDS.
 


 
January News

Upcoming Tradeshow

ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo
San Jose, CA

 
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One Stop Systems will exhibit at ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo & Conference at the McEnery Convention Center. We will showcase our latest solutions in autonomous vehicle technology including our flagship product, Rigel, that was recently unveiled at SC21 in November as well as AI Transportable storage and compute solutions such as the EB4400 and 3U SDS.
 
 

Product Highlight

Rigel Edge Supercomputer

Rigel Edge SupercomputerRapid growth in autonomous vehicle technologies requires the most powerful AI supercomputers at the rugged, transportable edge. OSS brings “no compromise” performance to autonomous vehicles through the Rigel Edge Supercomputer with 5 PetaOPS compute performance and 320GB of GPU memory. Rigel’s compact and lightweight aluminum enclosure meet rugged environmental requirements and its modular power subsystem supports a variety of vehicle-based power inputs.

 
 
 

Autonomous Vehicles

Truck Solutions

Autonomous Vehicle Truck SolutionsAI-based autonomous driving systems enable trucks to respond to real-time highway conditions, including road construction, that are often overlooked by GPS mapping systems and to effectively perform obstacle detection and collision avoidance. Deployment of autonomous vehicles goes well beyond commercial automobiles to include industrial long-haul trucks, construction, mining and agricultural heavy equipment, buses, subway, freight and passenger trains. All of these applications require specialization of AI capable computer equipment in terms of form factor, cooling and ruggedization to meet unique harsh environmental conditions.

UAV Solutions

Autonomous Vehicle Drone SolutionsIndustrial UAV solutions use AI to navigate and perform their specialized job function with limited human intervention. Large format aircraft from helicopters to unmanned planes perform tasks in public safety, security, construction, and mining. All of these AI Transportable applications have requirements for no compromise AI computing based on large, acquired data sets but have constrained design limits in terms of size, ruggedization, weight and power along with potential sensitivity to humidity and altitude.
 
 
 
NVIDIA Elite Partner
We are proud to announce we are now an NVIDIA® Elite Level Partner.
 







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