TOF (time-of-flight) is a very hot topic and an emerging technology in machine vision, robotics, presence detection, and scanning technologies nowadays. We are pleased that MYIR's Rico Board has been selected as the Host Controller Board for TI' TIDA-00750 People Counting Demand Controlled Ventilation 3D Time-of-Flight (ToF) Reference Design.
The Rico board is a Linux-ready single board computer equipped with the newest TI’s AM437x Sitara ARM Cortex-A9 core, 512MB DDR3, 4GB eMMC Flash, 16MB QSPI Flash and 32KB EEPROM on board. Additionally, it has rich peripherals including a debug serial port, USB 2.0 host and device ports, a Gigabit Ethernet port, TF card slot, HDMI port, dual camera interfaces, LCD interface and so on. Two 2.54mm pitch 40-pin expansion connectors allow for more I/Os for peripheral signals like two SPI, two I2C, two CAN, four UARTs, one MMC and eight-channel ADC. It is selected because of its affordable cost, ready-to-use interfaces and Debian supporting as TI said.
More information about TI's reference design can be found on TI's website:
More information about MYIR's Rico board can be found at MYIR's website:
TIDA-00750 People Counting for Demand Controlled Ventilation Using 3D Time-of-Flight (ToF) Reference Design Board Image
People Counting Demand Controlled Ventilation 3D Time-of-Flight Design Guide (Rev.A) (PDF 4942 KB)