FRAMOS partners with Rhonda Software to strengthen embedded vision development

FRAMOS completes its broad imaging portfolio from single sensors to complete embedded vision systems by worldwide partnering with Rhonda Software, one of the primary product development companies for Ambarella based ISPs, SoCs and SoMs, to support customers with facilitated and accelerated platform options to develop cutting-edge vision solutions.

Rhonda Software is a software and hardware design house with a focus on Embedded solutions in the areas of Imaging, Multimedia and Connectivity. Established in 1995, the Chicago headquartered company owns decades of engineering experience and a history of hundreds of camera products. The Ambarella design partner employs 100+ engineers and experts in still and video processing, connected devices, computer vision, cloud services and mobile applications. Offering numerous features out-of-the-box, like UCV streaming, Bluetooth and BLE connectivity, various camera control options, dual imager support, Raspberry Pi integration and a very small footprint, the Rhonda solutions that includes their camera SDK built on top of the low-level Ambarella system support package (SSP) allows customers to speed up development cycles of complex custom cameras and embedded systems.

FRAMOS supports industrial customers, OEMs, system integrators, and researchers in overcoming the challenges with imaging, enabling machines to see. Whether it is about selecting individual components or complex system compositions for embedded vision, the FRAMOS team of experts serves clients as a technical consultant, development partner and external supplier to help innovative embedded imaging systems get to market faster. In addition to its broad portfolio of components, FRAMOS provides sensor modules with integrated optics, drivers for both high-end and low-cost hardware platforms and reference designs from sensor to system - including schematics, design files and other intellectual property. With the given modularity of designs, vision solutions can be developed very quickly. Whether it is an off-the shelf or customized sensor module, FRAMOS works directly with engineering teams to get their vision projects completed faster.


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