Embedded vision systems development on the Texas Instruments TDA4x platform
Get to market faster, with less risk
D3 Engineering develops embedded vision systems using the Texas Instruments TDA4x platform, taking full advantage of the TDA4VM’s high-performance, low-power computing capabilities for processing complex data at the edge.
We can help your product development team get to market faster. Our camera design capability, SOM reference designs, development kits, and DSP programming expertise all serve to accelerate your product development.
Texas Instruments camera design and integration capabilities
- Rolling and Global Shutters
- Optics Design and Integration
- FPGA Expertise to Bridge LVDS, SLVS, etc. to MIPI CSI-2
- Custom Baseboard Design
TI SDK Expertise
- Embedded Linux Development
- Camera Drivers and Integration
- ISP Tuning
- Video Chain Implementation and Optimization
- Multi-Core SOC Application Development
- DSP Programming
- Power and Performance Optimization
Edge AI expertise
With decades of experience, we understand how to get the most from vision processors, image sensors, and optics. We excel at video analytics, imaging system design, real-time image processing, and wired or wireless connectivity.
Embedded systems design services
We offer deliver full-cycle embedded systems development for customers who need an application-specific baseboard to achieve their goals, such as lowest product cost or ability to fit a specific form factor. Or we can help your product development team with specific tasks such as system architecture, sensor integration, and algorithm integration and optimization.
RVP-TDA4Vx Development Kit
Rugged Sensor Platform (RSP) with TDA4VM
Connect multiple vision and spatial sensors to the Texas Instruments TDA4x for deployment in rugged systems
The RVP-TDA4Vx is a multi-camera platform that enables synchronous acquisition of eight 2MP FPD-Link™ III SerDes capture streams with real-time processing and analytics. The Display Port video output features MST technology and supports up to 4 serial displays. The system supports Hardware in the loop architectures via a CSI2-TX peripheral and PCIe. Kit purchase includes software distribution and single-use licensing. The RSP’s ruggedized enclosure and connectors make it ideal for deployment in the field.