Camera simulator uses FPGAs

JANUARY 23, 2008--The PROC_CamSim enables users to do most of the development in a low-cost and quiet lab environment.

JANUARY 23,2008--Developing a machine-vision system and other vision and imaging systems demands a lot of effort. In many cases, the final development and debug are done in the real system. This method forces the companies to build more of their expensive machines or to plan their field test very carefully. It is even harder to catch and fix the bugs that appear at very rare occurrences.

The PROC_CamSim enables users to do most of the development in a low-cost and quiet lab environment. Thus, the PROC_CamSim improves productivity and reduces overall expenses in developing those vision and imaging systems. For more information, go to:www.gidel.com/pdf/PROC_CAMSIM%20Product%20Brief.pdf.

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