Expanding low-power FPGA video and image processing solutions accelerate smart embedded vision designs

July 16, 2019 | 09:00
Expanding low-power FPGA video and image processing solutions accelerate smart embedded vision designs
Expanding low-power FPGA video and image processing solutions accelerate smart embedded vision designs
Microchip, via its Microsemi subsidiary, today announces its Smart Embedded Vision initiative that provides solutions for designing intelligent machine vision systems with Microchip’s low-power PolarFire® Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs). With today’s announcement, Microchip extends its high-resolution smart embedded vision FPGA offerings with new enhanced high-speed imaging interfaces, an intellectual property (IP) bundle for image processing and an expanded partner ecosystem.
 
Key Facts:
  • Smart Embedded Vision initiative enables edge intelligence with high-speed imaging
  • Supports low-power, small form factor, machine vision designs
  • Includes interfaces, hardware, imaging IP and expanded partner ecosystem
  • With PolarFire® FPGA Video and Imaging Kit and MIPI-CSI2 camera reference design

As compute-intensive, vision-based systems are increasingly integrated at the network edge, FPGAs are quickly becoming a preferred flexible platform for next-generation designs. In addition to requiring high bandwidth processing capabilities, these intelligent systems are deployed in small form factors with tight thermal and power constraints.
 
The Smart Embedded Vision initiative provides a suite of FPGA offerings that includes IP, hardware and tools for low-power, small form factor machine vision designs across the industrial, medical, broadcast, automotive, aerospace and defence markets.
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