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The CMOSIS CSI2100 Evalutaion Kit integrates Pleora’s USB 3.0 embedded video interface and a high-performance image sensor from CMOSIS The new kit provides designers with a fully assembled sensor evaluation board based on Pleora‚Äôs field-proven iPORT NTx-U3 Embedded Video Interface and the CMOSIS CSI2100 Image Sensor Pleora Technologies, the world’s leading supplier of high-performance video interfaces, today introduced an evaluation kit that helps manufacturers quickly and cost-effectively assess image sensor performance to speed the design of advanced medical and scientific imaging systems. Pleora will be demonstrating the CMOSIS CSI2100 Sensor Evaluation Kit – developed in collaboration with CMOSIS, the leading European supplier of advanced CMOS image sensors – at the Image Sensors Americas 2015 conference, November 17-19, in Berkley, CA (booth #7).

“Our new evaluation kit transmits image sensor data via a high-throughput, plug-and-play USB 3.0 connection,” said John Phillips, product management with Pleora. “By utilizing a USB 3.0 interface for bi-direction communication, instead of Camera Link or proprietary transmission schemes, camera and imaging system developers can easily evaluate video interface and image sensor solutions from both Pleora and CMOSIS.” [Continue reading →]

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Pleora Technologies, the world's leading supplier of high-performance interfaces for video and data applications, is now shipping its Transcoder Gateway following extensive field trials in transportation, defense and security, and industrial automation applications. The company is demonstrating the new appliance at upcoming events, including the Pleora Technology Conference in Toyko, Japan and the AIA Canadian Machine Vision Show in Ottawa, Canada.

“Pleora’s Transcoder Gateway automatically converts vision standard video so it is easily viewed on tablets, smartphones, and high-definition displays and transmitted to recorders,” said John Phillips, product management with Pleora. “Designers and integrators can reduce system costs and complexity by preserving the low-latency, uncompressed video required for processing and analysis, and redistributing the same image feed to users with less strict demands. Previously, applications with automated processing and live viewing requirements often needed dedicated cameras and infrastructure.”[Continue reading →]

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Showcasing at Vision China, industrial-grade video interfaces support high-reliability GigE Vision(r) and USB3 Vision(tm) video transmission in hostile -40°C to +60°C operating conditions[Continue reading →]

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