New capabilities for edge vision processing systems

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iENSO, a provider of embedded vision and edge AI systems, has launched its Ambarella-based platform ecosystem for embedded vision applications. Ambarella is a developer of AI vision processors for the edge, and the company claims its solutions make cameras smarter by extracting valuable data from high-resolution video streams.

“Embedded vision is no longer just about the image. It’s about the data and the decisions the data enables,” said Mike Liwak, CPO at iENSO. “This is why iENSO has been focused strategically on meeting customer needs at the crossroads of embedded vision, edge AI and cloud connectivity. With this launch, we continue to invest in our commitment to put best-in-class, power-efficient, versatile processing power in the hands of our customers.”

The company claims its new ecosystem will enable more powerful processing on the edge, allowing clients to build in complex vision data processing and meet the increasing demands of different IoT markets. The ecosystem will include futureproofed turnkey products based on the Ambarella CV22 and CV25 that are tuned and tested with multiple different sensors and connectivity platforms. iENSO says these features will make powerful processing accessible for applications such as security, home automation, precision farming, automotive, robotics and wearable devices, and more.

“This is a game-changer. We believe the current and future Ambarella roadmap elements will help companies to integrate powerful processing into their products,” added Vlad Kardashov, VP Engineering at iENSO. “We look forward to helping our customers push the limits of embedded vision and edge AI and extract the maximum value from vision data. We will support our customers through each step of getting their innovative products to market, from idea to manufacturing.”

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