Veronte Vision is one of the most powerful computers for video applications, in its size.
The ARM architecture and the embedded DSP provides the board with unique features for real time computer vision.
The dedicated DSP in Veronte Vision gives the system real time video processing capabilities.
Veronte Vision integrates Linux OS, being compatible with a wide range of video applications. Some common uses:
Frame to frame correction for reducing blurring, produced by camera motion during the capture.
The tracking software module automatically sets gimbal position for target follow.
Moving Target Detection
This feature permits to distinguish between background and moving objects for target identification.
Embedded video compression for real time video streaming and onboard recording.
Video settings can be edited for adjusting the image to environmental conditions during the operation.
Multi Camera Video
When using multiple cameras at the same time, output video can be configured for combined display and optimal visualization.
The system permits to integer custom and third party Linux applications for compliance with specific requirements.
Veronte Vision Microprocessor Texas Instruments DM3730 1GHz (ARM: A8, DSP: C6) RAM 512 MB OS Linux Digital Video Software Development Kit (DVSDK) for DM3730 from TI Memory 16 Gb Ultra microSDHC I/O options USB OTG, CSI2 (2 or 3 CH), BT-656 input video, LVDS (BT-656), I2C Size 70 x 37 x 13 mm Weight 25 g