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Insights February 2017

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Problem Solving Lesson #3

Getting Started with the Nvidia Drive PX 2

TECHNOLOGY UPDATE

Getting Started with the Nvidia Drive PX 2

Nvidia's Drive PX 2 is a cutting-edge AI computing platform for autonomous vehicle guidance and mapping applications. The FlyCapture SDK is supported on the ARM 64 architecture, enabling the use of high-performance FLIR cameras on the Drive PX 2. Click here to learn how to get started with FLIR USB3 Vision cameras on the Drive PX 2.

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Lesson #3: Spending too much time creating workarounds to synchronize devices?


PROBLEM SOLVING SERIES

Lesson #3: Spending too much time creating workarounds to synchronize devices?

To achieve high throughput, many developers use frequent sensor polling to ensure a tightly coordinated system. These workarounds take time to develop and use up network bandwidth and CPU cycles. The Blackfly S GigE camera family supports IEEE-1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) allowing developers to easily synchronize PTP-enabled devices within a few microseconds, no workarounds required.

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Revolutionary Video processing system to detect, amplify, and measure subtle motion
CASE STUDY
Revolutionary video processing system that detects, amplifies, and measures subtle motion

All machines produce vibrations. Some are part of normal operations, while others might be signs of failure. RDI Technology's easy-to-use, non-contact Iris M system, featuring FLIR's Grasshopper®3 camera, is about one hundred times more sensitive at measuring displacement than traditional image-based systems. It's much faster, too.

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New KB Articles Blurred Vision

Using Logging in the Spinnaker SDK

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Using Logging in the Spinnaker SDK


Using White Balance with Blackfly

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Using White Balance with
Blackfly S

Blurred Vision

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