Fujitsu Semiconductor America (FSA) will showcase two of its innovative, industry-leading products and technologies for security and surveillance systems at the annual XVII Exposec International Security Fair in Sao Paulo May 13-15.
At booth 802A, FSA will demonstrate its world-leading 360-degree Wraparound View technology, which delivers a true 3-D hemispheric view of a building's surroundings. The company also will showcase its latest ferroelectric random access memory (FRAM) ICs, which combine the benefits of conventional non-volatile memories with RAM to provide fast data rewriting and reliable data retention with ultra-low power requirements.
World's First Wrap-Around Video Imaging Ideal for Security, Surveillance, and Situational Awareness
The Fujitsu 360-degree Wrap-Around Video Imaging Technology uses a highly integrated SoC and advanced 3D algorithms to synthesize images from several cameras, recreating a seamless, 3D omnidirectional view of the area around a building. The SoC's video-processing technology can show any perspective and any sightline, and instantaneously and smoothly transition from one view to another. The technology is unique in its ability to offer a dynamically definable perspective or "free eye point," which enables system designers to select the perspective that provides the viewer with detailed information. Originally developed for vehicle applications, the Wrap-Around Video Imaging Technology is ideal for security and surveillance systems. For more details visit http://www.fujitsu.com/us/semiconductors/gdc/products/omni.html
FRAM Features High Endurance while Conserving Power
FRAM is the new generation of non-volatile memory that outperforms memories like E2PROM and Flash, consumes less power, and offers higher speed and endurance to multiple read-and-write operations. FRAM is non-volatile, but operates in other respects like RAM. This breakthrough storage medium is used in a variety of applications including data logging, smart cards, RFID, security, metering equipment and other applications that require high-performance non-volatile memory.