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Leopard Imaging debuts next-gen embedded cameras with Hyperlux sensors

Leopard Imaging Inc, an intelligent embedded camera design and manufacturing provider, unveiled its latest offerings at CES 2024. The newly launched embedded cameras, LI-AR0830-YUV-MIPI and LI-AR2020-MIPI, are powered by Onsemi.

Leopard Imaging is a provider of embedded cameras and AI-based imaging solutions. As a Nvidia Elite Partner and member of the AWS Partner Network, the company collaborates with sensor companies and offers OEM and ODM services.

The Hyperlux LP sensor family, as described by Steve Harris, senior director of marketing at Onsemi’s industrial and commercial sensing division, offers a reliable and ready-to-use solution.

“With our superior ultra-low power design, high-performance pixel, and system-optimized features such as Wake-on-Motion and SmartROI, our Hyperlux LP sensor family brings world-class imaging to a variety of applications,” adds Harris.

The Onsemi AR2020 and AR0830 sensors, part of the Hyperlux LP product family, offer image capture capabilities in linear or enhanced Dynamic Range (eDR) modes. With low power consumption, Leopard Imaging says these sensors deliver high-quality performance. The company says that with a 1.4 μm BSI pixel, the sensors work optimally in lowlight and NIR wavelengths.

With engineering expertise, manufacturing capabilities, and certifications like IATF16949 and AS9100D, they cater to global clients in the automotive and aerospace industries.

The sensors provide data-capturing capabilities at the edge, offering programmable options for efficient bandwidth utilization and minimal power consumption. The cameras are used by customers in automation, robotics, AIoT and drones.

In 2021, in collaboration with Hailo, Socionext and Amazon Web Services (AWS), Leopard Imaging developed EdgeTuring, an AI processing solution for video analytics. The companies say this venture offers high image quality and energy efficiency for AI inference nodes, benefiting various industries, including industrial automation, smart devices and intelligent retail.

Leopard Imaging noted that it addresses the need for affordable multiprocessing power in deep learning with EdgeTuring. Utilizing Socionext’s SC2000 image signal processor and Hailo-8 M.2 AI acceleration module offers lower power consumption, higher performance, and improved reliability for video analytics and privacy at the edge.

With the integration of AWS services like Amazon Kinesis Video Streams and Amazon Kinesis Data Streams, Leopard Imaging says EdgeTuring provides a seamless experience for customers to stream and analyze videos using a simple internet connection.

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