Imaging IP improves data-rich, real-time ADAS applications

December 01, 2020 // By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Imaging IP improves data-rich, real-time ADAS applications
Image and video IP expert Pinnacle Imaging Systems (South San Francisco, Calif) has launched the Denali 3.0 Programmable Image Sensor IP. This camera-ready, end-to-end HDR ISP leverages the company’s advanced algorithms to accurately tone map high contrast scenes for mission-critical automotive applications such as ADAS as well as several industrial applications.

For Denali 3.0, Pinnacle Imaging has redesigned its ISP for more efficient power consumption and increased its performance with an expanded 20-bit image processing pipeline and limited latency to less than 20 lines. For all this, no external DRAM or frame buffers are required. These improvements ensure Denali 3.0 delivers best-in-class image quality for applications demanding native support of real-time high dynamic range video for automotive, security and surveillance, robotics, medical, industrial, machine vision and automated sensory applications. The Denali 3.0 IP is based on the Zynq UltraScale MPSoC family from Xilinx.

“As designers continue to expand sensor-based safety mechanisms for ADAS and autonomous robotic applications, the need for ultra-low latency, and high-quality visual data advances at every stage,” explained Pinnacle CEO Alfred Zee. “With Denali 3.0, we are providing the building blocks for the future of these technologies.”


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