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Looking at the Future of Imaging Systems Clive  Maxfield
As futuristic as machine-vision systems are, they suffer from the same problems as the human eye. Let’s explore challenges associated with conventional imaging systems and a solution for future imaging applications such as people tracking, volumetric measurement, robotics, and more.

New Tech Tuesdays: 3 Camera Solutions from Big Names in the Field Tommy Cummings
Design engineers can configure optical devices for countless solutions—from smart applications such as facial recognition and sensors to high-performance machine vision systems for industrial automation safety and monitoring.

Intel® NUC 8 Enables Higher Level Designs Jon Gabay
Intel® NUC 8 single-board computers include higher level integrated functional blocks and application-specific software coupled with debugged drivers and APIs that glue the system design together and get projects up and running quickly with low risk.

Solving Data-centric Challenges with Intel® Agilex™ FPGAs Adam Kimmel
Solving data-centric problems requires flexible solutions that can move, store, and process data efficiently. Learn how Intel® Agilex™ FPGAs provide customized solutions to address the unique data-centric business challenges across embedded, networking, and data center markets.

Introducing an MCU Guy to FPGA: Part 4 Mouser Staff
Recently, I was given a project that required transition from MCU to FPGA development. In this four-part blog series, I examine how I translated my existing knowledge and experience with MCUs into FPGA development. In Part 4, I delve into the bridges that compose the FPGA fabric.

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