NorPix has developed a portable high-speed recording system capable of capturing high-definition images from multiple synchronized cameras.
Critical moments in professional sports often happen in the blink of an eye. In baseball, a pitcher delivers his fastball to the plate in about 400 milliseconds. In 2008, Michael Phelps won the Olympic gold medal in the 100m butterfly by a half-stroke – barely 10 milliseconds. And although times are often only published to a resolution of 1/10th of a second, final timing in races are tracked to 1/100th of a second – sometimes even down to the sub-millisecond range. Read more
In this case, NorPix provided a recording solution that allowed the client to record 2 cameras with a resolution of 9 megapixels at a rate of 290 frames per second or 2,500 Mbytes/second for a duration over 6 hours.
With StreamPix Lite you can capture uncompressed, MOV, or AVI files from a single camera.
StreamPix Lite does not provide access to multiple camera acquisition or to the various modules available with the full version of StreamPix single or multiple camera. Read more
Streampix based high speed recording station for extreme conditions such as airborne, shipboard, and land-based applications requiring most uncompromising environments.
This solution uses computers from Crystal Rugged, these workstations are build for applications designed to work in a variety of extreme environments; extreme schock/vibe, extreme temperature ranges, sand/dust, salt/fog,. This workstation is desgined to meet and exceed MIL-STDs 167-1, 461, 810, and MI-S-901D.
The PrePost module is an add-on module to the StreamPix multiple camera recording software. It allows to run multiple cameras in a loop or continuous circular buffer with programmable pre and post circular buffer size. Each camera’s circular buffer can be adjusted according to either number of frames or a time span. It is also possible to use our Pulse/DSA box to keep all cameras in sync.
Norpix invites you to read this message from Paul Grunwald and to download Testing, Simulating, and Validating ARINC 818 Interfaces, A White Paper by Paul Grunwald, Director of Business Development, Great River Technology
MESSAGE FROM PAUL GRUNWALD
In the field of mission-critical, high-speed video and data systems, ARINC 818 is capable and proven in cockpit displays, mission processors, sensors, HUDs, and HMDs.
Testing, Simulating and Validating ARINC 818 Interfaces, My new white paper, provides insight that will be helpful for both system engineers and production test engineers. The paper provides a step-by-step approach for well-managed design and development. Grunwald describes how the full suite of COTS ARINC 818 tools can be used to test and verify your display or sensor systems.
Recognize the potential of ARINC 818 and stay at the forefront of high-speed digital video.
Since 2012, I have been Director of Business Development at Great River Technology, the global leader in ARINC 818 implementation.
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