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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.

The firm will also show its i.MX6 processor, suitable for simple embedded imaging applications in cost-sensitive projects, as well as camera modules with i.MX8 (quad max) processor for high power applications. The new VM-016 1-megapixel camera module with global shutter is designed to take images of fast-moving objects, while the PhyCam-M system will make the MIPI standard usable for industrial applications.