Systems with embedded FPGA components are the future. Their flexibility in terms of processing performance and available I/Os is an asset for all complex projects. Combining this variability with a standard form factor is the key to easy implementation. This is why embedded electronics experts Solectrix support the Smart Mobility ARChitecture (SMARC™) defined by SGET e.V., the „Standardization Group for Embedded Technologies“.
Solectrix GmbH has complemented its SXoM family with two new System-on-Modules (SOMs): SXoM-C5 and SXoM-K7 adhere to the SMARC™ 1.1 and 2.0 standard, respectively, and are suited for use in a wide variety of projects. The first example applications for SXoM-C5 are pedestrian recognition and advanced driver assistance systems. The even more powerful SXoM-K7 will be used for the processing of 4K video data.
To match the required performance level of your project as closely as possible, each of these SOMs is available with different types of SoC components (System-on-a-Chip) as its core, with the performance of the FPGA component ranging from 25K logic elements and 36 DSP blocks on the smallest SXoM-C5 to 350K logic elements and 900 DSP blocks on the most powerful SXoM-K7. Each comes with an ARM-based dual-core hard processor system.