This powerful system on module (SoM) was designed to help inventors and IoT developers contribute to a new generation of robots, drones, and IoT devices that are equipped with Intel® HD Graphics, 3D modeling, object recognition, and interactive capabilities.
|Category||IoT HW Platforms|
The Intel Joule module is the newest addition to a line of powerful, multi-purpose development boards from Intel. This small package contains an Intel Atom quad-core processor, clocked at an impressive 1.7 GHz, with 4 gigabytes of LPDDR4 RAM, a dual band Wi-Fi antenna, Bluetooth, and an Intel HD Graphics processing unit. These specs make the Intel Joule module more powerful than any development board previously created by Intel.
|Relevant Verticals||Automotive, Energy and Utilities, Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals, Home Automation/Wearables, Manufacturing, Retail, Smart Cities/Smart Buildings and Transport and Logistics|
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Microsoft is already using Joule for its robotic companion “Bamboo,” which reminds kids with diabetes to check their blood sugar levels, while the French company EyeLights is using it to power a heads-up display for police motorcycle helmets. The Joule kits will be available at Intel’s online store.
|Key Customers||Customers and partners include Microsoft, Canonical and French company PivotHead.|