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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about the IoT? Just ask Gene Frantz.
Critical Link pretty much cut its product development teeth on DSPs. Although we have branched out since then, we still do plenty of work with DSPs. And we still remain grateful to (and admiring of) Gene Frantz who, while at TI, pretty much invented Digital Signal Processing. Gene retired a while back,...
Critical Link has developed high-performance, customizable families of DSP, ARM, and FPGA-based processing platforms called System on Modules (SOMs) that are used as building blocks to accelerate electronic product development efforts.
The latest Embedded Vision Development Kit (VDK) which integrates Basler’s dart BCON camera with Critical Link’s most popular processor board, interfaces, and onboard FPGA processing. In addition, Basler’s Pylon camera software suite completes the kit’s functionality
The MitySOM-A10S with Dual Side Connectors (MitySOM-A10S-DSC) is an Intel/Altera Arria 10 SoC board-level solution for machine vision and scientific imaging applications, and other stack-through configurations. In addition to the A10 processor, the module includes on-board power supplies, two DDR4 RAM memory subsystems, micro SD card, a USB 2.0 on the go (OTG)
The MitySOM-A10S is an Intel/Altera Arria 10 SoC SOM (system on module) for a wide range of industrial embedded applications. In addition to the A10 processor, the module includes on-board power supplies, two DDR4 RAM memory subsystems, micro SD card, a USB 2.0 on the go (OTG) port, and a temperature sensor.
The MityCAM-C50000 features a high-performance 47.5MP CMV50000 CMOS image sensor from ams / CMOSIS. The camera is available with an AIA USB 3.0 Vision Interface (U3V), and an HDMI preview output interface.
Combined with Critical Link’s software tools designed for our Arria 10 based processor card, the MityCAM-C50000 makes sensor evaluation and product integration quick and e...
The MitySOM-A10S Development Kit supports Critical Link’s Intel/Altera Arria 10 SoC based modules.
Whether you’re bringing a new product to market, or looking to breathe new power, features and life into a legacy application, you should be thinking about the MityDSP and MitySOM solutions.
The fastest path for embedded vision application development
The MitySOM-A10S is available with a 270KLE Arria 10 SX which provides dual-core Cortex-A9 32-bit RISC processors with dual NEON SIMD coprocessors. Options for 160KLE and 480KLE devices are also available. This MPU can run a rich set of real-time operating systems containing software APIs expected by modern system designers.
The MitySOM-A10S-DSC is available with a 270KLE Arria 10 SX which provides dual-core Cortex-A9 32-bit RISC processors with dual NEON SIMD coprocessors. Options up to 480KLE devices are available. This MPU can run a rich set of real-time operating systems containing software APIs expected by modern system designers. The ARM architecture supports several operating systems, including Linux.
The MityCAM-B2521F couples a 5.5MP high-performance, low-noise sCMOS imaging sensor from Fairchild Imaging (a division of BAE Systems) with the processing technology in Critical Link’s Altera Cyclone V SoC System on Module
The MitySOM-335x Development Kit includes both RS232 and RS485/422 expansion modules to use with the Dual UART Expansion ports. In addition, multiple LCD with touch screen kits are also available and compatible with this kit.
The MityDSP-6711F Development Kit provides a 5″x7″ mother card that includes a MityDSP interface socket, a 10/100 Ethernet PHY, 6 Mbit USB PHY, and RS-232 drivers for communications, an LVDS LCD interface connector, an 8 channel analog to digital converter and an 8 channel digital to analog converter to get you started.
The MityCAM-B2521F couples a 5.5MP high-performance, low-noise sCMOS imaging sensor from Fairchild Imaging (a division of BAE Systems) with the processing technology in Critical Link's Altera Cyclone V SoC System on Module.
Critical Link works with OEMs in industrial, scientific, medical, surveillance, & defense markets to design and manufacture custom imaging platforms. Our engineering team designs solutions around a wide array of image sensor technology, including CMOS/sCMOS, CCD, EMCCD, Linescan, InGaAs, Infrared, and SWIR.
News articles and press releases for Critical Link, LLC:
Company’s top-rated industrial-performance System on Module families will be displayed at Embedded World Exhibition, Nuremberg, Germany, in Hall 4 / 4-180 and Hall 3A / 3A-528, Feb. 26 – 28, 2019.
Enter the drawing at Critical Link’s South Hall booth #240 during SPIE Photonics West, Moscone Center, San Francisco, Feb. 5 – 7, 2019.
Company will showcase new technologies for industrial embedded imaging at SPIE Photonics West 2019, Moscone Center, San Francisco, Feb. 5 – 7, in South Hall booth #240.
The new MityCAM-C50000 platform serves as the evaluation kit for the CMV50000 image sensor from ams / CMOSIS, and can jump-start embedded system development.
Critical Link (Syracuse, NY; www.criticallink.com) is pleased to announce the company’s recent recognition as a 2018 Economic Champion, as selected by Centerstate CEO.
The embedded systems solutions and system on module (SOM) company achieved a 76% three-year growth rate to earn a spot on Inc.’s list.
The new Arria 10 SoC board-level solution features dual-side connectors making it ideal for industrial camera designs with advanced image processing requirements.
The company was honored with the Innovators Award – Bronze Level from Vision Systems Design (VSD) at a special ceremony on April 10, 2018, in Boston, Mass.
Critical Link: Pioneers in Embedded Processing Modules
Company will demonstrate new embedded imaging products and capabilities. Photonics West visitors may enter a drawing to win one of two Embedded Vision Development Kits for Basler dart BCON.
Company will showcase its engineering support services and custom imaging design capabilities at SPIE’s Photonics West, Moscone Center, San Francisco, Jan. 30 – Feb. 1, 2018, in South Hall booth #210.