Provide Feedback
Computer Vision, Automotive

Low-Power Smart Camera Designs with SK-AM62A-LP

Overview

The SK-AM62A-LP for Low-Power Smart Camera Designs is an ideal choice for those looking to develop low-power smart camera, dash cam, machine-vision camera and automotive front-camera applications having the following features: 

  • Image signal processor (ISP) supporting up to 5 MP at 60 fps 
  • 2 tera operations per second (TOPS) AI accelerator 
  • A quad-core 64-bit Arm® Cortex®-A53 microprocessor 
  • A single-core Arm Cortex-R5F and an H.264/H.265 video encoder/decoder 

Capabilities

This LiveBench showcases the following: 

  • Run machine vision algorithms on up to four different types of input feeds 
  • Compare the performance of different models 
  • Monitor the voltage, current and power variation in the internal power rail 
  • Monitor temperature variations in system RAM, CPU and GPU 
  • Benchmark the performance of the board using various benchmarking tools (LMbench, Stream, linpack etc.) 

Features

  • Evaluation of the primary segments of AI algorithms: image classification, object detection, face detection, human pose estimation etc. 
  • Evaluation of custom algorithms based on model upload feature 
  • Standard AI algorithm evaluation metrics: Availability of parameters like framerate, inference time etc., for better understanding 
  • CLI access to the user.  
Resources

Dive Deeper

Explore our comprehensive library of materials to gain valuable insights, discover success stories, and learn how our solutions can benefit your specific needs.
Close-up of a complex blue circuit board with various components and connectors.
Power Up Your Vision Projects: Texas Instruments’ SK-AM62A-LP Now on LiveBench!
Read More
Close-up view of semiconductor wafers with intricate circuitry patterns. The image features a blue and pink lighting effect, highlighting the details on the chip.
Wide-Bandgap Semiconductors: The Future of Electronics Beyond Silicon
Read More
Technician using an oscilloscope and soldering equipment in an electronics lab.
Pulse Width Modulation (PWM): Bridging Digital and Analog Signals for Multiple Applications
Read More
As the Director of Marketing at TenXer Labs, Priyanka spearheads strategic initiatives to position the company as a leader in the semiconductor industry. Leveraging her extensive experience over 10 years, she crafts compelling narratives that highlight TenXer Labs’ solutions, fostering brand awareness and driving business growth.

Was the content on this page helpful?