Video/Imaging Platform

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Microsemi Corp. has announced a new imaging and video platform for the development of low-power and reliable video processing applications.

The platform is comprised of a field-programmable gate array (FPGA) mezzanine card, a comprehensive intellectual property suite and graphical user interface. The FMC plugged into the SmartFusion 2 Advanced Development Kit demonstrates Microsemi’s IGLOO 2 FPGA and SmartFusion2 system-on-chip FPGA capabilities to support configurable and scalable camera, imaging and video designs. In addition to its modular suite and hardware kit, the new imaging solution includes a flexible image sensor interface connector as well as GUI-based software, enabling users to configure sensor display demonstrations in real time.

Designers can leverage the kit for numerous camera and display applications across medical, industrial, automotive, defense and aerospace markets. With features like low power, reliability and data security, the system is designed for applications including drones, machine vision, robotics, IR cameras, head-up display, target acquisition systems, medical imaging, surveillance and automotive imaging.

Published: July 2016
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