Low Latency Video Streaming With Vision4ce’s CHARM 100NX

01 - 02 - 2022

Did you know our CHARM100 range of video processing hardware supports low latency video streaming. Our low SWaP hardware platforms can capture multiple video inputs (from analog video to 3G-SDI), encode and stream them using RTSP or MPEG-TS with delays of less than 40ms (2 frames). Video capture and streaming can be combined with our video processing functions such as tracking, classification, stabilization and image fusion to provide a flexible and powerful image processing sub-system.

Please do get in touch if you would like to know more +44 (0) 118 979 7904 / sales@vision4ce.com

The CHARM 100NX from Vision4ce

Customisation of Vision4ce Products

06 - 12 - 2021

UK Electronics Skills Foundation

27 - 09 - 2021

Great to see Ryan has completed his placement at Vision4ce which was arranged through UKESF.

UKESF encourages young people to study Electronics and pursue careers in the sector.  They connect the most capable electronics students at the top UK universities with leading employers.

See Ryan’s profile here and what he had to say about working at Vision4ce  Ryan – UKESF

Military Systems & Technology Magazine (DSEI Edition)

31 - 08 - 2021

Unfortunately, we will not be attending DSEI 2021 but will still have a feature in the Military Systems & Technology Magazine DSEI Edition. The magazine contains a 4 page feature on the Rugged Video Processing and Distribution Unit, including Tracking and Classification using Artificial Intelligence.

Take a look https://www.militarysystems-tech.com/magazine-archive

If you have any questions regarding this article or any of our products then do give us a call or email us at Sales@vision4ce.com / +44 1189797904

UAV Applications For ISR Border Surveillance

21 - 06 - 2021

Need mission critical hardware and software for video tracking image processing applications? Vision4ce has designed and developed robust video trackers, including image processing solutions designed for critical operations were video imagery and recording information is vital for border control, rescue missions, public safety and surveillance missions.

These highly reliable units contained on low swap boards provide high quality imagery enabling a robust control of onboard gimbals allowing the high precision of tracking objects on land, sea and air. The intelligent software allows route tracking target movement direction and prediction location, even when the visual target tracking is lost. The target tracking feature can be automatically activated or manually controlled when the target is in the field of view on the camera, providing real time imagery.

The video data can also be recorded for gathering information and for Classification training using the AI function where this is part of the integrated product.

Military Systems & Technology Magazine

16 - 02 - 2021

Welcome to this IDEX 2021 edition of Military Systems & Technology Magazine. As an established web portal for the International Defence & Aerospace Industry, they strive to provide a comprehensive and detailed listing of Military Equipment Suppliers, Products and Services.

Vision4ce is featured on pages 20-23 where you’ll see an article on the all encompassing VPDU.

militarysystems-tech.com/magazine

 

The CHARM 100NX from Vision4ce

09 - 02 - 2021

Vision4ce unveils the CHARM 100NX which includes the Jetson Xavier NX, the worlds smallest AI supercomputer!

The Xavier NX provides more than 3 times the AI processing performance of the earlier Jetson TX2 processor.

Do you require super sophisticated technology to help with your video processing?  Vision4ce latest board the CHARM-100NX is a standalone video processing board for embedded video and image processing applications, designed to host the GRIP View software and can include the field proven DART video tracking software.

The CHARM 100NX is based on a NVIDIA Xavier embedded processor which incorporates a multicore ARM processor and powerful GPU.  Video interfaces are provide for 6G, 3G, HD and SD SDI digital video along with a mezzanine board for video interfaces such as YPbPr, CameraLink, CoaXPress and LVDS.

Vision4ce have also developed a range of GPU based embedded platforms which are efficient for AI computing. In addition, several software solutions such as our Video management software provide an architecture with rules based learning already that allows the trained AI process to be added into the existing frameworks.

For more information and datasheet visithttps://www.vision4ce.com/products/video-tracking/

 

Season’s Greetings

22 - 12 - 2020

The Team at Vision4ce would like to wish all their customers a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year for 2021.

MSPO 8th – 11th September 2020

27 - 05 - 2020

Vision4ce will be exhibiting at MSPO in September so please do come and see us.

MSPO is an international defence industry exhibition and Central Europe’s most significant fair event of this kind. … A permanent element of MSPO is an exhibition of the Polish Armed Forces. In addition to the static exhibition, visitors have the opportunity to attend a demonstration of soldiers’ practical operations.

 

COVID – 19 Update from Vision4ce

31 - 03 - 2020

Following the recent government update on the Coronavirus situation, we have taken a review of our business operations to ensure that we are protecting our customers and employees, as well as our local community.

At this current time, we are advised by our suppliers that there are no major issues with the supply of materials or goods, however, we are closely following advice from Government so there is potential for this to change.

Although the majority of our staff are working from home, currently, our production facility remains fully operational. We have also taken steps to ensure our people have been briefed fully on the strict hygiene rules and have reassured them that they are working in a safe environment. If this situation should change, we will of course inform our customers of any potential delays.

To further protect the health and wellbeing of our colleagues we will not be attending any external meetings scheduled, so we will either be in touch to rearrange or use video and tele conferencing if possible.

I would like to take the opportunity to reassure all of our customers that Vision4ce is working hard to be fully operational at this unprecedented time, although there will inevitably be some interruptions as we get used to this new working environment.

If you require any further information then please do get in touch with your contact here at Vision4ce. Unfortunately, we are not able to accept visitors to our facility until further notice.

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