System on Chip Design
This technology combines microprocessors, function-specific peripheral or codec components and, usually, a field-programmable gate array on one single silicon chip. This makes it possible to manufacture extremely powerful, flexible and cheap systems with high data processing and data transmission speeds. The focus of the InES’s work in this key area is on the interaction between hardware and software within SoCs, with particular emphasis on the architecture, design and programming of SoCs with freely programmable logic.
Embedded High Performance Multimedia Blog
Boost your GStreamer pipeline with the GPU plugin
Embedded devices like the Nvidia Tegra X1/2 offer tremendous video processing capabilities. But often there are bottlenecks hindering you from taking advantage of their full potential. One solution to ...
Open Source drivers for HDMI2CSI module updated to support TX1 and TX2
The HDMI2CSI board for capturing 4K HDMI now supports both TX1 and TX2. Video capturing is fully supported for resolutions up to 2160p30 on Input A and 1080p60 on Input B. Driver development will ...
Redundant 4k Video Streaming via Several LTE Connections
The InES HPMM research group presents a concept for a mobile and redundant 4K video streaming over LTE networks. It combines powerful 4K video capturing and processing capabilities of dedicated ...
MIPI CSI/DSI Interface for General Purpose Data Acquisition
Modern SoC devices offer high performance for data analysis and processing. In order to transfer accordingly high data rates, the choices for high speed general purpose interfaces are limited. The ...