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Extended collaboration for the development of camera processors

Extended collaboration for the development of camera processors
Plans to extend the long-standing collaboration between Leica Camera and Socionext has been announced. The partnership will focus on developing next generation System-on-Chips (SoC) for Leica’s digital cameras. Socionext and Leica have had a close collaboration since 2008, already resulted in the successful development of several generations of camera products.
1st October 2018

Image signal processor designed for automotive camera systems

Image signal processor designed for automotive camera systems
Renesas has introduced an integrated open Image Signal Processor (ISP) solution to further ease and speed the development of automotive smart camera applications based on the Renesas high performance R-Car V3M and R-Car V3H System-on-Chips (SoCs). Integrating the ISP on the R-Car V3x SoCs and leveraging MM Solutions’ Automotive Camera Development Kit (AutoCDK), the open ISP solution on R-Car SoCs enables automotive Tier 1s to simplify the sensor calibration and tuning process for camera applications.
19th September 2018

Automotive camera module reference design fits on single PCB

Automotive camera module reference design fits on single PCB
OmniVision Technologies has announced its high definition automotive camera module reference design, developed with collaboration from Leopard Imaging and featuring technology from Texas Instruments. The compact design includes OmniVision’s OX01B40 image sensor plus Image Signal Processor (ISP) System-in-Package (SiP), as well as TI’s DS90UB933-Q1 or DS90UB935-Q1 serialiser chip and TPS65000-Q1 Power Management Integrated Circuit (PMIC).
17th September 2018


Lensless computerised camera could assist autonomous vehicles

Lensless computerised camera could assist autonomous vehicles
A new computerised camera without optics uses an ordinary window as the lens. This would enable car windshields to sense objects on the road. All cameras were developed with the idea that humans look at and decipher the pictures. But what if you could develop a camera that can be interpreted by a computer running an algorithm? Why don’t we think from the ground up to design cameras that are optimised for machines and not humans.
12th September 2018

MRMC gear up for their biggest IBC ever

MRMC gear up for their biggest IBC ever
MRMC has announced the introduction of their latest automated multi-camera system - the Polycam One. Designed for live sports capture, the Polycam One is an innovative, portable, multi-camera workflow solution that gives a single operator the ability to record a match from multiple camera positions simultaneously. Polycam One maps out the playing area and the locations of up to 12 robotic cameras.
10th September 2018

Non-destructive testing of advanced materials

Non-destructive testing of advanced materials
The FLIR A6750sc SLS thermal imaging camera range from FLIR Systems comes standard with Lock-In, Transient, and Pulse capabilities enabling you to undertake meticulous Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) or stress mapping, resolving temperature differences as low as 1mK. NDT is widely used to evaluate the properties of a material, component, or system without causing damage.
5th September 2018

Reference design for microbolometer detectors in thermal cameras

Reference design for microbolometer detectors in thermal cameras
  Uncooled microbolometer detectors require accurate and ultra low noise bias voltages for their operation. Such requirements cannot be simply met by switching power supplies, LDO or DAC outputs.
4th September 2018

Differentiate your next camera design with high image quality

Differentiate your next camera design with high image quality
  Thermal imaging cameras have new features like low light operation and immunity to visual limitations. These cameras demand compact designs, low power consumption and light weight with high performance.
4th September 2018

Improving OEM lens design and development

Improving OEM lens design and development
  Resolve Optics reports on how its high bandwidth video teleconferencing facility has improved its OEM lens design and development service.
4th September 2018

Thermal imagers for the automotive industry

Thermal imagers for the automotive industry
Fluke Process Instruments will present a thermal camera in addition to thermal imaging solutions. These devices facilitate troubleshooting, QA, and process optimisation in various applications. They help reduce scrap, save fuel costs, and ensure traceability to meet auditing requirements. They can be integrated in OPC and plant-specific networks. The ThermoView TV40 integrates both an infrared and a visible-light camera.
17th August 2018


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