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Recap of CERN Workshop: Exploring FPGA SoC Advancements in Signal Processing & Portfolio Roadmap!

Oct 04, 2023

We are delighted to share insights from the recent CERN workshop, where our experts, Oliver Bründler and Samir Jokar, representing Enclustra, led two enlightening presentations.

Efficient FPGA SoC-based Signal Processing (DSP) up to GS/s - Oliver Bründler :

Oliver delved into the world of FPGA SoC-based signal processing, addressing traditional DSP design challenges and surpassing sample rates that defy clock frequencies through Parallel DSP. The emphasis was on bit-true design, and Oliver showcased how Enclustra's fixed-point and bit-true Python & HDL libraries streamline high-speed, accurate signal processing.

FPGA SoC Solutions Portfolio and Roadmap – Samir Jokar :

Samir presented a comprehensive overview of Enclustra's FPGA solutions ecosystem, covering FPGA SoC modules, baseboards, development kits, and exceptional engineering services. Our commitment to responsive customer support stood out, promising assistance at every stage of your project. Discover how Enclustra's FPGA SoC solutions empower innovation and streamline development.

We also want to thank Emre Demirezen for his valuable contribution at our booth during the event. His professionalism greatly enhanced our presence at the CERN workshop.

Connect with Our Experts:

For deeper insights into FPGA technology and valuable resources in the field connect with us at sales@enclustra.com . Together, we can continue pushing the boundaries of technology!

Innovation knows no bounds, and Enclustra is at the forefront, shaping the future of FPGA-based solutions. Join us on this exciting journey.

Enclustra Annual U.S. Seminar on FPGA / SoC with AMD

Sep 26, 2023

Stay on top of your game with the latest technological innovations and trends from the FPGA and SoC world.

Learn about the latest technological innovations, practical solutions, tools and trends from the FPGA and SoC world at the Enclustra Annual Seminar on FPGA / SoC. Exchange and get inspired. Network with other engineers working in the same field. Connect with partners including design service companies, system-on-module and FPGA / SoC suppliers.

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Get all the details: Enclustra Annual Seminar on FPGA / SoC

FPGAworld Conference 2023

Sep 08, 2023

Enclustra has participated in the FPGAworld Conference 2023 on September 12 in Stockholm and September 14 in Copenhagen.

The FPGAworld Conference 2023 is an international forum for researchers, engineers, teachers, students, and hackers. It covers complex analog/digital/software FPGA SoC systems, FPGA/ASIC-based products, educational and industrial cases, and more.
Our expert, Ph.D. Cristian Ciressan, will hold a talk about: “FPGA and board design patterns to aid (MTBF and) SEU-aware loss-of-function quantitative estimates.”

Get all the info here: FPGAworld Conference 2023

Locations and Dates

Talk: “FPGA and board design patterns to aid (MTBF and) SEU-aware loss-of-function quantitative estimates.”
Speaker: Ph.D. Cristian Ciressan, Staff Engineer | Enclustra
Date: September 12 and 14, 2023
Time: Starting at 8:30
  • Stockholm, Sep 12, AFRY, Frösundaleden 2A, 169 70 Solna, Sweden
  • Copenhagen, Sep 14, DTU (SCION), Building 372, Diplomvei 2800 Lyngby, Denmark

Happy 1 August

Aug 01, 2023

Enclustra wishes a happy 1 August to all our customers, partners, and colleagues around the world!

Creating 3D City Maps at 300 km/h

Feb 13, 2023
All six 150 Megapixel Cameras as well as the two LIDAR are connected to an Enclustra Mercury+ XU8.

The Leica CityMapper-2 generates 3D maps of cities in one run. Mounted on an airplane that flies at up to 300 km/h over the city, it records all data to generate accurate 3D data. Six 150 MP cameras and a LiDAR synchronized with the lowest possible jitter take an image every 0.9 seconds. The image data is stored to four SSDs on a host PC running Windows 10 – notably a non-real-time operating system.

The image data is transferred via a SLVS-EC (Scalable Low-Voltage Signaling with Embedded Clock) high-speed interface to an Enclustra Mercury+ XU8 SOM and temporarily stored in the SDRAM. Each sensor is connected to it's own SOM. The host PC then initiates the DMA engine of the Enclustra FPGA Manager PCIe IP Solution which transfers all the data through PCIe to the host PC without any further action from the host CPU, thus minimizing the CPU load.

Also integrated into the Enclustra Mercury+ XU8 SOM is a preview function. On a display the pilot or operator can check the image quality during the flight while the application is on mission and make sure the image data is collected correctly.Processing the data stream of almost 2 GBytes/swithout any frame drops is a very ambitious task. If you would like to find out more about this exciting customer project, you can read the whole story .

Read the whole story: Creating 3D City Maps at 300 km/h

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