Machine Vision Demo

Document created by David Chung on Nov 11, 2014Last modified by Diana Torres on Apr 18, 2017
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Demo Owner: David Chung

Intended to demonstrate how one can leverage NXP technology to safely transport loads in a range of settings from a shipyard to an assembly line.

Demo runs a Seavus developed application that pre-calculates a path based on environmental input given by the QorIQ LS1021A.  It then moves the load according to that path, adjusting for unforeseen hazards such as people who move in the way during transport.  It ensures that the landing area is clear before dropping the load.

Demo is entire self-contained.

 

 

 

 

Features

QorIQ LS1021A

  • FPU for precise mathematical computation
  • IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol to sync clocks within system
  • WiFi connectivity to Human-Machine Interface
  • SEC 5.5 crypto accelerator for maximum security
  • Dual core for redundancy

i.MX6

  • Specialized imaging processor
  • Used as camera interface to facilitate trajectory calculation

Kinetis Microcontroller K40

  • General purpose low power MCU
  • Utilized to control the crane's stepper motor

Green Hills INTEGRITY RTOS

  • Certified EAL6+ High Robustness by NSA
  • Separates critical and non-critical tasks

Seavus Crane Application

  • Efficient algorithm for trajectory calculation and load transport

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Algorithm Diagram

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Function Allocation

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