Thank you for your prompt replies
- We are not yet sure whether we want to expose full access to Linux. Which sensor support would you need?
We have ideas for different products/solutions :
For stereo / multiple camera systems used in autonomous navigation (including VIO/vSLAM), we would like to use Sony global shutter sensors IMX296/IMX297.
For 4K cameras, we would like to use Sony IMX678.
We also have ideas about high resolution camera such as 'Hawk-Eye' Pi camera (most likely IMX686) for photogrammetry cameras.
We are happy with Sony sensors until now. I see that you have the AR0234/OV9782 which could be candidates for IMX296/IMX297 but we haven't had practical evaluation with sensors others than Sony.
By the way, could you share what Linux distribution would be running on Intel Keem Bay VPU based SOM if possible? Could we develop applications (deep learning inferences, navigation ROS, VIO/vSLAM, ...) on top of it?
- As in sensor tuning? For that, you would need Intel propriatery camera tuning tools, which we can't provide. But we can suggest 3rd party companies that can provide this (as they have these tools).
Yes it is ISP tuning for custom sensors. It is good to know that there's 3rd party companies that can provide such services.