Allied Vision presents Alvium CSI-2 cameras with high-performance IMX image sensors from Sony
Allied Vision will exhibit new models of its innovative camera series for industrial embedded vision at next week’s Embedded World in Nuremberg (February 25-27).
With a total of six new MIPI CSI-2 cameras from its Alvium 1800 camera series equipped with Sony’s Pregius CMOS Global Shutter Sensors, the camera manufacturer is perfecting the combination of the performance demands of machine vision applications and the advantages of embedded Systems.
The Alvium 1800 series is a cross-over camera. It gives embedded system developers access to the performance and durability of a machine vision camera. Equipped with high-performance Sony Pregius CMOS global shutter sensors, it offers high frame rates, high sensitivity, and excellent image quality. With industry-grade hardware, a large selection of integrated image correction functions and high-precision triggering, it meets all the requirements of industrial image processing.
It is also based on Allied Vision’s Alvium platform, which has been optimized for embedded vision systems. This allows for an ultra-compact, lightweight design and is available as a single-board module or with an open housing for easy integration into small systems. Their cost-optimized platform design offers an unprecedented price/performance Ratio.
All models are also available with USB3 interface. Together with Allied Vision’s Vimba Suite, the USB cameras can be easily integrated into various embedded systems.
To make integration into embedded systems easy, Allied Vision offers numerous CSI-2 drivers on GitHub as well as its own adapter boards for various Systems on Module (SoMs) and carrier boards.
At its booth at Embedded World (Hall 2, Stand 2-540), Allied Vision will show a selection of Embedded hosts (e.g. NVIDIA Jetson Nano, NXP i.MX8 QM, Toradex Ixora carrier, antmicro’s Baseboard) and development boards (e.g. Google Coral Development Board) combined with various Alvium models and adapter boards in Action.
Another highlight will be live demonstrations of deep learning applications (anomaly detection and smart triggering). Both Alvium cameras with CSI-2 and USB3 interfaces and Allied Vision’s compact Mako G camera with GigE Vision interface will be demonstrated in conjunction with NVIDIA’s Jetson Nano and NVIDIA’s Jetson Xavier.
Allied Vision is located in the Embedded Vision Area of Embedded Vision.