BeagleV is something new in addition to BeagleBoard and BeagleBone offerings from BeagleBoard.org. It is meant to address the needs coming from the RISC-V community for a low-cost development board, ultimately with a path to production. We still have a roadmap for BeagleBone!
So, I’ll share what I should have shared before, but am still ironing out details on schedule as we are executing this…
There’s a minor tweak to BeagleBone AI rev A1a to rev A2, but I’m not sure if it’ll go into full production as we have started a rev B with the TDA4VM device from TI. It jumps to A72s and has better software support for the AI accelerators.
One project I’m most excited about is an update to BeagleBone Blue (rev C, rev B used the smaller SIP but had unrelated issues that never got resolved and therefore never got released). I need some more stuff to be released from TI to share more details there, but the motor drive capability will be boosted to enable direct drive of BLDC quadrotors and 3-phase steppers.
And, I’m very, very excited about BeagleConnect technology being worked on at https://github.com/jadonk/beagleconnect based on TI CC1352. This still has a long way to productize, but it is really interesting tech!
We also have some cool stuff being worked by BeagleBoard Compatible makers in the BeagleBone space. For that matter, SeeedStudio BeagleBone Green Gateway hasn’t been out very long.
Anyway, the short answer is BeagleV an in-addition-to-BeagleBone thing, not moving away from it.
If interested in BeagleV, please register your interest at BeagleV.org. If you already did so with Seeed, no need to replicate.