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FireWire at 4Gbps—Impact on industrial apps

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DrFPGA   1/23/2012 5:16:08 PM
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The ability to automatically zoom (without mechanical assist) seems like a very strong feature. Computer controlled security can zoom in on key elements of the image as an alert to the operator- a big advantage in multiple camera systems with a single operator. The FPGA can do the image recognition task required efficiently too.

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