Embedded Vision Solutions

Over the next few years, there will be a rapid proliferation of embedded vision technology. The overall market for machine vision products will grow to more than $6 billion in 2016.

A major transformation is underway. Due to the emergence of very powerful, low-cost, and energy-efficient processors, it has become possible to incorporate vision capabilities into a wide range of embedded systems.

Embedded vision is the merging of two technologies: embedded systems and machine vision (also sometimes referred to as computer vision). An embedded system is any microprocessor-based system that isn’t a general-purpose computer. Embedded systems are ubiquitous: they’re found in automobiles, kitchen appliances, consumer electronics devices, medical equipment, and countless other places. Machine Vision is the use of digital processing and intelligent algorithms to interpret meaning from images or video.

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ON Semiconductor

Comprehensive Imaging Solutions

ON Semiconductor’s image sensing technologies support evaluation kits and software containing everything necessary to build a working prototype.

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Thermal Imaging Breakout Board

The FLIR Lepton® Thermal Camera Breakout is an easy to interface to evaluation board to quickly evaluate the FLIR Lepton® Camera module. 

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Offering for Embedded Vision Designs

Molex delivers complete interconnect solutions for a number of end markets including industrial, automotive, and medical. 

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Getting Started in Automotive Smart Vision Design

Advances in embedded vision technology have heightened interest in applying smart vision solutions for automotive safety.

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Embedded Vision is Everywhere! See For Yourself.

IHS Technolgy shiptments of embedded vision devicesare forcate to exceed 14 million units in 2018.

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Top 5 Myths in Automotive Vision: Designing Embedded Vision Systems Is Easier Than You Think

Vision has always occupied a special place in information science and popular culture.

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