Basler, the world-renowned industrial camera maker, recently expanded its portfolio of embedded vision solutions. This new development comes in the wake of new development kits released by NXP under the i.MX 8 processor series.
The i.MX 8 processors by NXP have some very catchy features like much lower power consumption, lower scalability, longevity, and better robustness than its counterparts. Therefore, these processors are being considered as an ideal option for all kind of embedded vision systems.
Basler has tried to sync its product base with this new development by bringing-in new development kits. These new kits have been developed in collaboration with Variscite, Toradex, SolidRun, eInfochips, and Congatec.
The best thing about this kit is that it meets all aspects of easy use. The integration of camera drivers into system software, these kits can be used for various purposes without any programming effort. It allows customers to initiate the development of embedded vision systems using these kits.
The universal compatibility of these kits allows users to get customized solutions for their embedded vision systems irrespective of interface requirements or processor performance.
In the words of maker
Gerrit Fischer, the head of Baster’s Product Market Management, says, “Through our close partnership with many of the leading SoM manufacturers, Basler has created a unique eco-system for embedded vision technology. The different kits feature perfectly matched hardware and software components, enabling Basler to offer every customer the easiest entry into the embedded vision world.”