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Ultracompact stereo camera and new MIPI modules

VC stereo cam - stereo camera for vision OEMs
The new VC Stereo Cam with real-time image pre-processing saves vision OEMs a lot of development effort.

Vision Components will present new MIPI camera modules and OEM components for time-saving embedded vision developments at the 2022 embedded world.

The German manufacturer will launch the VC Stereo Cam. or 3D and two-camera applications. This stereo camera is based on the new FPGA hardware accelerator VC Power SoM, which can process large data volumes in real time. 

The system's functions and hardware can be flexibly adapted for OEM applications. As with all its products, Vision Components ensures industrial suitability and long-term availability. 

New MIPI camera moduleswill also premiere at the trade fair, integrating various global shutter sensors from the Sony Pregius S series with minimal noise and high light sensitivity: IMX565, IMX566, IMX567 and IMX568. The wide range of Vision Components MIPI modules allows OEM customers to meet all requirements whatever their particular vision project, with cost-effective and high-resolution sensors, different shutter variants as well as sensors for SWIR and 3D/ToF applications.

The modules with a MIPI interface, trigger input and flash trigger output are designed for easy connection to common single-board computers. Also on show will be embedded vision systemsthat combine image acquisition and processing on a single board. The latest and smallest of these OEM camera systems, VC picoSmart®,, has a footprint of only 22 mm x 23.5 mm. For 3D profile sensors based on the VC picoSmart®, Vision Components also provides a suitable triangulation module. The team is looking forward to inquiries about the product range and possible applications. 

More Highlights at embedded world 2022

ew Conference: The Evolution of Embedded Vision

Jan-Erik Schmitt mit seinem Vortrag: Embedded Vision - Evolution & Standards auf der Embedded World 2022

Jan-Erik Schmitt's presentation will show the development of embedded vision since the early 1990s, and various ways in which cameras and image processing can now be integrated into devices and machines quickly, easily and cost-effectively.

VDMA Panel Discussion: Embedded Vision

Jan-Erik Schmitt als Teilnehmer bei der Podiumsdiskussion zum Thema "Integration of Embedded Vision: towards plug and play"

Vision Components at embedded world
Nuremberg, Germany, 21 - 23 June 2022
Hall 2, booth #2-450