FAQ: Smart Camera?

Document created by NagarjunaG Employee on Oct 31, 2017Last modified by NagarjunaG Employee on Feb 20, 2018
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What is Smart Camera mode in ADIS17001?

 

Smart Camera is one of the operating modes in ADIS17001 Video Analytics Camera. In this mode, the ADIS1700x device is continuously acquiring the luminance images from the ADVS200x image sensor, as well as measurements from the IMU accelerometer.

 

The data is polled by the PC application and displayed. We can record & play back videos in this mode. This is set as default mode in the ADIS17001 Demonstration. Users can switch to one of the 4 operating modes as described below:

 

  • Bootloader (Bootldr),
  • Configuration (Config),
  • Smart Camera (Smart Cam) and
  • Sensor.

The ADIS17001 User Interface control panel allows the user to change amongst these 4 modes.

 

1. Bootloader Mode:

In bootloader mode, a “bootloader” firmware starts running on the ADIS1700x device. The ADVS200x sensor and IMU are not accessed. This mode is used by the PC application to allow the user to upload new firmware.

 

2. Configuration Mode:

In configuration mode, the ADIS1700x device does not collect any image from the ADVS200x or any measurements from the IMU. This mode is used by the PC application to allow the user to:

- Set up the ADVS200x parameters

- Set up the IMU parameters

- Set the time on the unit

 

3. Smart Camera Mode:

Smart Camera mode is the default mode. In this mode, the ADIS1700x device is continuously acquiring luminance images from the ADVS200x sensor and measurements from the IMU accelerometer. The data is polled by the PC application and displayed. We can record & play back videos.

 

4. Sensor Mode:

In this mode, the ADIS1700x device is continuously acquiring luminance images from the ADVS200x sensor and measurements from the IMU accelerometer. The data is polled by the PC application and displayed.

 

NOTE: Sensor mode is not available in ADVS200x Demo GUI.

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