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"Accelerating Smart Camera Time to Market Using a System-on-module Approach," a Presentation from Teknique

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Ian Billing, Quality Assurance Manager at Teknique, presents the "Accelerating Smart Camera Time to Market Using a System-on-module Approach" tutorial at the May 2019 Embedded Vision Summit.

Bringing a vision system product to market can be costly and time-consuming. Teknique’s Oclea System-on-Module (SoM) is an off-the-shelf, integrated camera module that enables device makers to streamline the development process, reducing development risk, cost and time. Billing demonstrates how the Oclea SoM enables product developers to use modular components to quickly integrate a camera into their next product. This approach allows developers to focus on their product’s unique capabilities, without having to spend time on details such as image tuning and camera sensor drivers.

Using an Oclea SoM, cameras can be integrated and up and running in a new system within weeks, in contrast to a custom- camera approach, which can take up to 12 months. Billing presents the capabilities of the Oclea SoM and shows how this ground-breaking platform is being used in a variety of smart camera applications, enabling companies to bring vision- enabled products to market much faster, and with much lower development costs and risk compared to traditional approaches.