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Getting Started with NVIDIA Jetson Nano Part 1: Setup – Maker.io Tutorial | Digi-Key Electronics

The NVIDIA Jetson Nano is a single-board computer (SBC) based on the Tegra X1 processor. In this tutorial, we show you how to connect accessories to the Jetson Nano, set up Linux (Ubuntu), and install the necessary packages. The Nano is an affordable way to get started with Edge AI on an embedded system. It is capable of running NVIDIA’s CUDA language, which allows us to parallelize many machine learning tasks for faster execution. Frameworks that support CUDA, such as TensorFlow and PyTorch, work well on the Jetson Nano. Over the next few episodes, we’ll show you how to configure the Jetson Nano for machine learning development and run a few of the canned demos in the jetson-inference repository. Note that because the Nano is a small, (relatively) low-powered SBC, we would not advise using it to train large deep neural network models. Generally, you would want to train models on a larger computer, such as your desktop or cloud-based server, and then copy the model to the Nano. From there, you can use the Nano to perform predictions, classifications, etc. using the trained model.

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Part List

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionAvailable QuantityView Details
NVIDIA JETSON NANO DEVELOPER KIT102110268NVIDIA JETSON NANO DEVELOPER KIT0View Details
AC/DC DESKTOP ADAPTER 5V 20WPSAC30U-050L6AC/DC DESKTOP ADAPTER 5V 20W1096 - ImmediateView Details
MEM CARD MICROSDHC 32GB UHS TLCRP-SMLF32DA1MEM CARD MICROSDHC 32GB UHS TLC0View Details
RASPBERRY PI CAMERA MODULE V2913-2664RASPBERRY PI CAMERA MODULE V2437 - ImmediateView Details