Get Started with ZED Box Orin NX

Stereolabs’ ZED Box Orin NX is a compact gateway powered by NVIDIA® Jetson™ for challenging AIoT (Artificial Intelligence of Things) in mobile and field situations. It is designed to bring spatial perception and understanding at the edge and aggregate, process, and analyze data from 3D sensors and equipment.

Options #

The ZED Box Orin NX provides a set of options that users can choose from based on their specific needs and use cases.

GMSL2 Option #

The GMSL2 option is one of the key features of the ZED Box Orin NX, which enables high-speed, low-latency data transfer between the processing unit and your ZED cameras, making it an ideal choice for industrial grade applications.

The ZED Box Orin NX with GMSL2 option includes a quad-port GMSL2 interface for up to two ZED X cameras or four monocular cameras, and an integrated GMSL2 capture card, essential to process data at high rates and low latency.

To get started with using ZED X with your ZED Box, please take a look at our guide Getting started with ZED X on ZED Box Orin NX.

GPS Option #

With the GPS option, users can take advantage of the ZED Box Orin NX’s advanced processing capabilities to create AI systems that can operate with high precision and accuracy, even in challenging environments.

You can get started with setting up the GNSS module with our guide Using GNSS with ZED Box. The guide includes step-by-step instructions on how to enable the GNSS module on the ZED Box Orin NX and configure it for optimal performance.

Update/Reset #

At the time of writing this documentation, NVIDIA® SDK Manager does not support the automatic flashing of the Orin NX modules. As the process of manually flashing an NVIDIA® Jetson device can be sometimes complex and tedious, we have prepared a specific guide to Rest/Update your ZED Box Orin NX.