The kit can run Linux immediately and supports a large number of artificial intelligence frameworks (including, of course, those from NVIDIA). It is equipped with 4GB of RAM, a gigabit Ethernet and I / O that you would need for cameras and other attachments.
The price, unsurprisingly, is the main hook. While the Nano is not as powerful as the high-end Jetson models, it is available today for $ 99 for individuals and $ 129 for "production-ready" units for businesses. This places it within the reach of amateurs, inventors and students willing to spend a little more (but only a little more) to create their own automated devices.