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XILINX MPSoC ZCU104 Evaluation Kit
Xilinx’s Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC ZCU104 Evaluation Kit is a flexible prototyping platform for embedded vision applications, such as surveillance, ADAS, machine vision, AR, drones, and medical imaging.
The evaluation kit is based on a Zynq UltraScale+ XCZU7EV MPSoC, that pairs programmable logic with a processing system based on a quad-core Arm Cortex-A53 application processor and a dual-core Arm Cortex-R5 real-time processor. The MPSoC includes a rich set of connectivity and peripherals, including multi-gigabit per second serial transceiver and an integrated video codec that support H.264 and H.265. The kit includes a USB camera and the Xilinx reVISION package, which provides an out-of-the-box SDSoC software development flow with OpenCV libraries, machine learning framework, and live sensor support.
An FMC port is available for hardware expansion.
- Xilinx XCZU7EV MPSoC: Programmable Logic + Processing System
- 504k System Logic Cells
- Processing System: 4x Arm® Cortex™-A53 APU, 2x Arm Cortex-R5 RPU
- Connectivity: multi-Gbps serial interfaces, USB 3.0, DisplayPort, SATA
- Integrated video codec supports H.264/H.265
- Includes USB camera
- Optimized to work with SDSoC/reVISION development environment with OpenCV and Machine Learning libraries
- LPC FPGA mezzanine card (FMC) interface for I/O expansion
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