Xfuse has been developing soft Image Signal Processors (ISPs) for AMD adaptive SoCs for over five years, specializing in advanced High Dynamic Range image capture and tone-mapping.
The combination of Xfuse's ISP with the AMD Adaptive Computing architecture delivers a compelling solution to meet the demands of real-time video capture and processing in high-performance, industry-leading system designs.
In addition to providing IP to OEMs for custom hardware based
on AMD adaptive SoCs, Xfuse has now adapted their Phoenix ISP to run as a pre-built Accelerated App on AMD Kria™ SOMs making it easier than ever before to evaluate this technology solution for adoption in a wide variety of end applications.
Combining the KV260 Starter Kit and the
Xfuse-designed IAS (OnSemi’s Imager Access System) compatible CMOS imaging module, developers can immediately deploy high-performance HDR ISP capability to Kria.
The Xfuse AR0239-based module offers superior low-light performance and provides embedded developers with an advanced HDR production sensor solution.
The combined solution is ideal for a variety of AI and vision solutions deployed under challenging lighting conditions, including Smart Security and Smart City cameras.
During this webinar, we will contrast the flexibility and customization that the Xfuse soft ISP offers compared with
fixed ASIC or ASSP ISPs while exploring the advantages of Xfuse's novel technology in Smart Camera designs.