10GigE Vision Camera Accelerated Application

This app implements an industrial camera design using a Sony IMX SLVS-EC sensor and the widely used GigE Vision protocol. GigE Vision enables the user to configure the camera over the network and stream video data, currently measured up to 10Gb/s. Streaming is handled fully in hardware to get maximum data rate and to free the processing unit of any additional image processing tasks.

10GigE Vision Camera Accelerated Application Block Diagram


  • Sensor to Image GigE Vision IP Core implementing the GigE Vision v2.2 protocol
  • GenICam GenDC support to transfer raw data and preprocessed data in parallel
  • 10G Ethernet speed
  • Sony IMX547 image sensor support with FRAMOS SLVS-EC IP Core
  • Sphinx software package to control the camera with GigE Vision

Hardware Needed:

Frequently Asked Questions

This eval app is free of charge from Sensor to Image.

For GigE Vision or SLVS-EC RX IP Core inquiries, please contact the respective IP vendors via the links under "Additional Resources".

Yes, please contact Sensor to Image for further details.

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