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Cutting-edge processing

Vision technology will be one of the highlights at Embedded World in Nuremberg. Here, we preview what to expect

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Phytec (1-438) will present its embedded imaging kit i.MX 8M

Phytec NXP i.MX 8 workshop

For an optimal start with the new i.MX 8 processors, Phytec offers product training courses in which the processors, modules and kits are presented. Together with our developers and the manufacturer's experts, you will find the right processor and the best start for the development of your projects.

Participants will get information about how to plan and set up an embedded imaging system based on the NXP i.MX8 processor.

The training includes: an overview of the features of i.MX8 processors, along with how the individual processors in the family differ.

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On display at the Phytec booth (1H67) will be the PhyBoard-Nunki embedded imaging kit, which uses the two image processing units of NXP’s i.MX 6 processor. It is designed for embedded applications with multiple cameras, such as intercom systems with video, quality control applications that require a thermal imaging camera and a colour camera, or stereoscopy applications. The two camera ports of the kit can be used via five physical interfaces: two parallel PhyCam.P interfaces, two serial PhyCam-S+ interfaces, and a MIPI camera interface.

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