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SparkFun’s NVIDIA Jetson Nano Ecosystem:

Extension Kits and Support


SparkFun and NVIDIA worked together to extend the possibilities of the Jetson Nano Developer Kit with kits specifically built to integrate SparkFun’s Qwiic Ecosystem, AWS Iot Greengrass, and support for those new to artificial intelligence.

The NVIDIA Jetson Nano


The brains behind the the ecosystem.

Jetson Nano features

4GB edition shown above.

1  Two MIPI CSI camera connectors  2  5V DC Barrel jack  3  DisplayPort connector  4  HDMI output port  5  4 USB 3.0 Ports  6  Gigabit ethernet port  7  Micro-USB port for 5V power input or for data  8  20x2 GPIO header  9  microSD storage slot

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NVIDIA Jetson Nano front view

The NVIDIA Jetson Nano Ecosystem


Designed to expand the capabilities of machine learning with the Jetson Nano while adding exciting new functionality.

SparkFun JetBot AI Kit

The SparkFun JetBot AI Kit Powered by NVIDIA Jetson Nano is a ready-to-assemble robotics platform that requires no additional components or 3D printing to get started - just assemble the robot, boot up the NVIDIA Jetson Nano and start using the JetBot immediately.

Delivered with the advanced functionality of JetBot ROS (Robot Operating System) and AWS Robomaker with everything you need already installed, SparkFun’s JetBot AI Kit is the only kit currently on the market ready to move beyond the standard JetBot examples and into the world of connected and intelligent robotics.

Buy JetBot AI Kit (4GB)  2GB Version  View the Hookup Guide

Maximize Capabilities with SparkFun pHATs


SparkFun pHATs can be added to either the NVIDIA Jetson Nano or SparkFun JetBot AI kit to expand their capabilities.

Top pHAT

Top pHAT

Support machine learning interactions with audio and video.

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Auto pHAT

Auto pHAT

Quickly add robotic functionality to your NVIDIA Jetson Nano.

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Servo pHAT

Servo pHAT

Control up to 16 servo motors via an I2C connection.

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Qwiic pHAT

Qwiic pHAT

Easily add Qwiic functionality to your NVIDIA Jetson Nano.

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Need Help Getting Started with Machine Learning?

If you are looking to get started with AI, but don’t know how, the SparkFun DLI Kit for NVIDIA Jetson Nano has been created specifically for NVIDIA’s complimentary, self-paced Deep Learning Institute (DLI) course.

In the course, you will learn to collect image data and use it to train, optimize, and deploy AI models for custom tasks like recognizing hand gestures, and image regression for locating a key point in an image. Everything needed for this course has been included in the SparkFun DLI Kit for NVIDIA Jetson Nano. For those who already have a NVIDIA Jetson Nano, the DLI Kit is available with or without the NVIDIA Jetson Nano.


Buy the DLI Kit (4GB) or 2GB Version and Enroll in the Course for Free

Project Tutorials & Resources


Here are a few other projects that use the NVIDIA Jetson Nano. We are always trying to expand our library of projects and tutorials, so check back often or fill out the form above to be notified of new content.

Adding WiFi to the NVIDIA Jetson

April 23, 2020

Step by step instructions for setting up and installing the Edimax N150 USB WiFi/BLE adapter on your NVIDIA Jetson Nano

Jetson Nano + Sphero RVR Mash-up (PART 1)

April 23, 2020

We took two of our biggest robotics partnerships from the previous year and shazamed them together into one robot to rule them all!

Jetson Nano + Sphero RVR Mash-up (PART 2)

July 29, 2020

We took two of our biggest robotics partnerships from the previous year and shazamed them together into one robot to rule them all!

Working with Qwiic on a Jetson Nano through Jupyter Notebooks

April 23, 2020

We created a few Jupyter Notebooks to make using our Qwiic boards with your Jetson Nano even easier!

Integrating Hardware into the NVIDIA DLI course for Machine Learning

April 22, 2020

Finished with the DLI course? Try adding hardware to some of the lessons to continue your learning.