Create Intelligence at the Edge with the Ultra96
The Ultra96 development board is the ultimate SoC board featuring the power of programmable logic integrated with a multicore processing system. Designed for intelligent applications, this board is perfect for your next smart home, robotics, or autonomous vehicle project.
Join this informative webinar to learn more about the board, how programmable logic can elevate your project designs, and how to get started.
What This Webinar Will Cover
Device Deep Dive: Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC
Tips: Getting Started with the Ultra96
Meet & Greet: 96Boards Community
The Ultra96 board combines quad-core ARM A53 64-bit processors, dual-core R5 32-bit processors, a Mali GPU and Programmable Logic along with WiFi, Bluetooth, and other IO for interfacing.
This makes it a very useful board for a range of applications from IoT & IIoT to image and signal processing and a lot of applications in between.
This board is based on Linaro's 96Boards specifications that are open and ready to be used with a wide range of peripherals and acceleration engines in the programmable logic that is not available anywhere else.
About the Hardware
For 15 years, Bryan has been helping Avnet’s engineering customers adopt cutting edge technologies by creating development boards, writing tutorials, developing hands-on SpeedWay training sessions, or presenting at X-fest events. His latest project is the Ultra96.
Technical Marketing Director, Avnet: Brian Fletcher
Robert Wolff is a technical writer, open source evangelist, community leader and engineer with a history of working in and around esteemed academic institutions and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics) based educational programs.
Right now, Robert works as community manager for 96Boards at Linaro. He helps monitor and maintain several of 96Boards’ Open Source orgs and repositories, runs a variety of community driven projects/initiatives, and hosts a live, weekly online video “podcast” called “96Boards OpenHours”.
96Boards Community Manager and Engineer: Robert Wolff
Craig has been with Xilinx for the better part of 20 years, 15 of them working with customers as a Field Applications Engineer, and now in Technical Marketing focusing on embedded products within the Xilinx product family.
Outside of work he enjoys traveling, cooking, writing, and occasionally performing music and stand-up comedy. He lives in Denver but, depending on who’s asking, may share that he grew up in New Jersey.
Sr. Staff Technical Marketing Engineer, Xilinx: Craig Abramson
Alex creates electronics videos and tutorials at Hackster.io in San Francisco. She grew into hardware as a First Robotics team member, then as a director of the AHA and Noisebridge hackerspaces, and as an Artist in Residence at Autodesk's Pier 9.
Developer Advocate, Hackster.io: Alex Glow