Thursday, March 29, 2012

Analog Devices becomes Platinum Member of the Embedded Vision Alliance

NORWOOD, USA: Analog Devices Inc. has upgraded its membership in the Embedded Vision Alliance to the platinum level, strengthening its commitment to the premier organization for driving the adoption of embedded vision technology.

A member from the beginning (May 31, 2011), Analog Devices shares the goals of the Embedded Vision Alliance, believing that delivering components that enable products to “see” and act upon that input play a vital role in the development of today’s and many of tomorrow’s industrial, medical and consumer vision enabled applications.

“We are honored that Analog Devices has expanded its commitment to the Embedded Vision Alliance,” said Jeff Bier, founder of the Alliance. “Analog Devices is a pioneer in embedded vision applications. We are excited to have the opportunity to work more extensively with the Analog Devices team to help engineers incorporate embedded vision capabilities into their products.”

ADI’s embedded vision signal chain components such as digital signal processors, encoders, decoders, HDMI transceivers, amplifiers, and special power management ICs, facilitate the deployment of a broad range of vision-based applications. These include advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) that make our cars safer, industrial applications such as barcode readers that can re-construct a damaged image, security systems that automatically identify intruders and more.

“Analog Devices has a great history in developing innovative video technologies and looks to do the same for the many new and emerging embedded vision based applications,” said Colin Duggan, director of marketing for the Processor Technology Group at Analog Devices. “By providing affordable, high performance, low power components, like the newly introduced Blackfin® ADSP-BF609 and ADSP-BF608 processors, we intend to drive broader adoption of sophisticated, multi-function analytics into many levels of embedded vision applications.”

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