Boardcon Released HiSilicon Hi3559V200 Based SBC for 4K Dash Cam

Boardcon released a single board computer powered by HiSilicon Hi3559 V200. The EM-HI3559V200 embedded computer is equipped with the HiSilicon Hi3559 V200 4K ultra-HD mobile camera System-on-Module (SoC) that is designed for Dash Cam, Action Cam, and Streaming Media Rear-View Mirror Camera Solution.

Backed by the dual-core Cortex-A7 CPU, the Hi3559V200 platform offers the Linux + Huawei Lite OS dual-system solution, enabling ideal startup (less than 4s), and connections with peripheral drives such as HDMI, MIPI CSI, MIPI DSI, UART, USB, and M.2/ NGFF.

EM-HI3559V200 supports H.265/H.264 encoding and decoding, with performance up to 4K 3840*2160 @ 30 fps or [email protected] fps. With the maximum 0.4T neural network computing capability, user applications can be implemented in EM-HI3559V200, such as object categorization (motor vehicle, non-motorized vehicle, and pedestrian detection) and attribute recognition (vehicle type, color, and license plate recognition).

With the HiSilicon fourth-generation ISP (image signal processor) that integrated in Hi3559 V200, EM-HI3559V200 supports multi-level 3DNR, 6-DoF DIS, WDR, and multiple image enhancement and correction algorithms, allowing customers to capture images of professional quality. And up to 0.4T neural network computing capability, supported intelligent functions such as face detection, and scenario identification.

The HI3559V200 SBC is implemented with a SoC providing most of the functions, interfaces, and EM3288_C carrier board, providing connectors and several additional functions.

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