Comparatif NVIDIA Jetson

Comparison of NVIDIA Jetson nanocomputers

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NVIDIA® Jetson™ Systems: Deploy powerful AI in your robotic projects

Compact, able to run powerful real-time calculations, while being energy efficient, NVIDIA Jetson nanocomputers adapt perfectly to the constraints of embedded systems.

NVIDIA® Jetson™ nanocomputers are used to deploy deep learning applications, manage multiple neural networks in parallel, or process high-resolution data from multiple sensors in real-time. These boards combine ultra-high performance with unprecedented energy-efficiency, making them a smart choice for on-board robotics projects (autonomous vehicles, connected city, home automation, health, etc.).

The NVIDIA® Jetson™ boards are a benchmark for autonomous projects, and have been adopted by leading companies in industrial robotics such as FANUC or Komatsu.

Applications: virtual reality, automotive simulation, architecture, robotics, smart cities, e-health…

Key differences between NVIDA Jetson supercomputers

NVIDIA Jetson Nano

The NVIDIA Jetson Nano development kit puts in your hands an affordable and rich in possibilities AI development solution.

The NVIDIA Jetson NANO is the entry-level NVIDIA Jetson board. It offers great performance for prototyping projects in the fields of small autonomous robotics or home IoT. It is also a great educational tool for higher education.


Get computing performance with the NVIDIA Jetson TX2, exceptional accuracy and energy-efficiency, combined with an ultra-light module.

Deploy Deep Learning applications in compact devices such as drones.

NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX

NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX is the world’s smallest AI supercomputer for Embedded and Edge systems. This NVIDIA Jetson nanocomputer also offers native cloud support. This native cloud support allows you to develop computing power-hungry features and applications on embedded devices and other types of devices.

It also allows algorithms to be deployed quickly and on a large scale.

Targeted application areas include robotics, smart cities, healthcare, industrial IoT, etc.

Jetson Xavier NX offers performances 10 times higher than its predecessor, the NVIDIA Jetson TX2 board.

NVIDIA Jetson Xavier AGX

The NVIDIA Jetson Xavier AGX is the world’s first computer specifically designed for autonomous machines. It provides high performance that can support visual odometry, sensor fusion, location, mapping, object detection and trajectory planning algorithms.

Applications: delivery and logistics robots, factory automation systems, industrial UAVs.

Comparison table between the different NVIDIA Jetson boards

NVIDIA Jetson Nano Development Kit
NVIDIA Jetson TX2 Development Kit
Nvidia Jetson Xavier NX Development kit
 Nvidia Jetson AGX Xavier Development Kit
AI Performance 0.5 TFLOPS (FP16) 1.3 TFLOPS (FP16) 6 TFLOPS (FP16)
21 TOPS (INT8)
5.5-11 TFLOPS (FP16)
20-32 TOPS (INT8)
GPU 128-core NVIDIA Maxwell™ GPU 256-core NVIDIA Pascal™ GPU architecture with 256 NVIDIA CUDA cores NVIDIA Volta architecture with 384 NVIDIA CUDA® cores and 48 Tensor cores 512-Core Volta GPU with Tensor Cores
CPU Quad-core ARM A57 @ 1.43 GHz Dual-Core NVIDIA Denver 2 64-Bit CPU
Quad-Core ARM® Cortex®-A57 MPCore
6-core NVIDIA Carmel ARM®v8.2 64-bit CPU 6 MB L2 + 4 MB L3 8-Core ARM v8.2 64-Bit CPU, 8 MB L2 + 4 MB L3
Memory 4 GB 64-bit LPDDR4 25.6 GB/s 8 GB 128-bit LPDDR4
1866 MHz – 59.7 GB/s
8 GB 128-bit LPDDR4x @ 51.2GB/s 32 GB 256-Bit LPDDR4x | 137 GB/s
Power Consumption 5-10W 7.5-15W 10-15W 10-30W
Price 129€ (INCL. VAT) 515€ (INCL. VAT) 515€ (INCL. VAT) 925€ (INCL. VAT)