Camera Image processing is becoming increasingly critical with the development and proliferation of imaging-enabled consumer electronic devices. Because of their performance, flexibility, and reasonable cost, camera integration / image sensor integration and camera image processing algorithms are used extensively in applications ranging from consumer, computer vision, industrial, defense, multimedia, sensor networks, surveillance, automotive to astronomy.
The availability of advanced imaging sensors and integration of sensing, connectivity and AI has transformed camera and imaging systems. This has also, however, brought in innumerable challenges to product developers w.r.t image quality. In addition to each unique combination of sensor, lens and processor, the captured image may have unnecessary components from limited lighting and other environmental conditions.
At Mistral, we understand the nuances of Camera Image Processing and delivers the most optimal solutions for customers developing next-gen camera products for various applications. Mistral’s camera expertise covers image sensor integration, Camera Image Processing, camera integration of CMOS/CCD based MIPI/CSI camera modules, implementation of coding standards, development of camera interfaces, image/video compression algorithms, image signal processing and system software development.
Camera Image Processing
Mistral’s camera expertise includes camera integration, Camera Image Processing, CMOS Sensor Tuning and other image sensor related capabilities enable the new generation of smart gadgets that represent a quantum leap in sophistication. As part of our camera sensor tuning and Camera Image Processing expertise we ensure IS and IQ tuning addressing maximize HDR, minimize Low light, optimize AE, AWB, colour accuracy, tone curves, contrast resolution, objective metrics, subjective testing and field and drive testing.
Some of the camera based embedded gadgets and Camera Image Processing algorithms developed by us with CMOS and CCD image sensor integration and multi-camera designs have been implemented on various ARM based embedded processors like i.MX, OMAP35x, AM/DM37x, DM81xx, AM65x etc. for Android or Linux platforms.