From complexity to clarity
For most humans, sight is intuitive. For machines, sight is an incredibly complex task. Embedded vision technology can help machines “see” by quickly extracting intelligence from images in real time and under various lighting conditions.
Autonomous driving. Surgical robots. Automated factories. The latest innovations depend on sophisticated embedded vision technology. But the right solutions can turn that daunting complexity into clarity.
Keeping the future for embedded vision in sight
While image processing has traditionally been all a software play, SoCs with programmable logic enable an All Programmable environment. Software bottlenecks can be accelerated in high-performance programmable logic while retaining the reconfigurability required for rapid upgrade. All Programmable solutions can be easily customized to whatever embedded vision use you might need.
Providing lower power, higher efficiency machines the ability to see, sense and immediately respond to the world creates unique opportunities for system differentiation. However, this also creates several challenges in how designers create next generation architectures and bring them to life, including: high performance demands, a complex programming environment and shortened design cycles.
MiniZed development board
MiniZed™ is a Zynq 7Z007S single-core development board. With the advent of the latest cost-optimized portfolio from Xilinx, this board targets entry-level Zynq developers with a low-cost prototyping platform.Buy Now
TDNext PMOD camera module
The TDNext 1.26Mpixel Pmod camera kit allows the low cost, production-ready TDM114 camera module to be populated on Avnet’s Pmod enabled Xilinx development kits.Buy Now
PicoZed development board
The PicoZed Embedded Vision Development Kit builds on the PicoZed SOM by adding video specific interfaces. The kit includes hardware, software and IP components necessary for the development of custom video applications.Buy Now
Creating a thermal camera
Learn how to create a thermal camera using the MiniZed development board and the FLIR Lepton sensor, as featured in Adam Taylor's chronicles. A 7 inch touch display is used to view images.Learn More
Xilinx SoCs and the reVISION Stack
SoCs with programmable logic are an essential element of real-time embedded vision systems. Designers can capitalize on the power and efficiency of Xilinx's Zynq Ultrascale+ MPSoC devices to implement their designs using Avnet's Embedded Vision Kits and the Xilinx reVISION stack.Read More
All Programmable SoCs create opportunities
Learn the 3 ways All Programmable SoCs create new opportunities for designers.Read More
Motion JPEG on MiniZed
See our reference design for Motion JPEG (MJPEG) Video Streaming over Wi-Fi on MiniZed using the TDNext Pmod module.Learn More