Easy entry into development
Miniaturization of devices, interference resistance, component shortage - there are many good reasons to combine several device functions in one chip. This year’s exhibition appearance of Solectrix is therefore in keeping with the motto "Invent your SoC".
In order to facilitate the invention of system-on-chip solutions for other development engineers, we will be presenting two system-on-chip starter packs at the Embedded World 2019: the "SXoM Starter Kit" for hardware-oriented SoC solutions and the "SX Mobile Device Kit" for multicore solutions where integration is predominantly software-based.
The SXoM Starter Kit for getting started with development, including the breadboard or a first prototype of an application, consists of a SXoM MS2-K7 SMARC 2.0 module from Solectrix, an evaluation board from Congatec and a full set of peripheral and evaluation equipment. The board offers a variety of standard interfaces. The powerful chipset is part of the Xilinx Zynq-7000 series. Among other things, the SoC system at the heart of this kit forms the backbone of the modular image data grabber solution for ADAS and HiL applications and other solutions for the processing of real-time capable 4K video data streams by Solectrix.
As a platform for the easy entry into the development of a mobile ARM-based embedded system, Solectrix for the first time presents its Mobile Device Kit (MDK). The focus is on mobile image processing applications. The MDK can be extended by connecting various image sensors suitable for a dedicated customer application. The core of the versatile platform is an NXP i.MX8M mini-CPU. Board support packages based on Linux and Android are available for the MDK. In order to perfectly match the requirements of the customer, Solectrix offers hard- and software adjustments of the MDK as a service.
As a leader in mobile data capturing such as high-quality barcode scanning or text and object recognition, Scandit AG will be one of the first users of the MDK.
More in the exhibitor forum on Thursday 28, Hall 2/510 in the lecture "Solectrix Mobile Device Kit - A platform for mobile vision applications".