Monday, April 18, 2016

Movidius and FLIR Present Smart LWIR Camera Module

Marketwired: Movidius announces a strategic collaboration with FLIR to bring advanced computer vision capabilities to Boson, FLIR’s latest LWIR camera core. FLIR integrates the Myriad 2 Vision Processing Unit (VPU) into its thermal core, Boson, creating what is called the most intelligent thermal imaging solution on the market today.

FLIR has developed the first-ever integrated solution that now allows customers to take advantage of these new advancements while continuing to leverage FLIR’s unique thermal imaging technology and support ecosystem. FLIR will be instrumental in deploying advanced computer vision in applications such as home security, personal vision systems, drones, law enforcement and defense,” said Movidius CEO, Remi El-Ouazzane.

We’re pleased to work with Movidius to deliver this amount of compute power into the size, weight and power requirements of the product you see today,” said Andy Teich, President and CEO of FLIR Systems. “With system-on-a-chip interfaces and machine intelligence capability available through Movidius, we enable FLIR cores to make greater sense of the rich information being captured by our sensors.

Boson LWIR core features:
  • Configurable VGA and QVGA thermal camera cores or sensor only with industry-leading SWaP
  • 640 and 320 resolutions; 12 μm pixel pitch VOx microbolometer
  • Multiple high­ performance FOV options; eight QVGA options and seven VGA options
  • Multiple levels of sensitivity starting at 21 x 21 x 11 mm, 10­gram camera body
  • Low power consumption, starting at 500 mW
  • Rugged construction and highest temperature rating ­40°C to +80°C
  • Integrated Myriad2 VPU for advanced image processing includes embedded algorithms for super resolution, noise filters, gain control, blending, and more
  • Embedded video analytics bring high­end intelligence out of the box
  • Software­ customizable functionality for video processing and power dissipation requirements
  • Built­in support for physical and protocol­ level interface standards such as Ethernet, USB, SD card, LCD interfaces, and wireless video
  • Inputs and processing for auxiliary sensors such as visible sensors for FLIR’s image blending and third­ party GPS and IMU sensors

Movidus Youtube video talks about the new product potential:

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