The smart camera includes a Sony image sensor and an NVIDIA GPU
The SmarteCAM smart camera is based on the Sony Starvis IMX290 image sensor with an image signal processor that supports high dynamic range and high-performance ultra-low-light imaging. The camera also features an NVIDIA TX2 module with 256-core GPU, to support AI-based applications. The included software package includes CUDA, OpenCV, Python, and Tensorflow, among others. 32GB eMMC 5.1 onboard storage is expandable with microSD card support.
Featuring a GigE interface with PoE, the camera can stream 60 fps at 1080p resolution in MJPEG and H264 formats. It also supports uncompressed UYVY streaming. Optional 4G LTE support is also available. The SmarteCAM offers IP66 protection against water and dust. The camera is equipped with a standard M12 lens mount and includes four lens options for varied FOV.
To learn more:
Contact: e-con Systems, Inc.
Headquarter: Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Main characteristics: Sony Starvis IMX290 image sensor, NVIDIA TX2 module with 256-core GPU, 32 GB eMMC 5.1 with microSD card support, 60 fps at 1080p.
What e-con Systems, Inc. said:
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