We are happy to announce a fully featured release for Debian Linux software for the Inforce 6601 development kit. This release is based on Linaro’s Debian Linux build based on upstream kernel 4.14 and Debian 10 buster rootfs. This release has support for some exclusive features on Linux like preview and capture from the OV5640 camera sensor based Inforce ACC1H10 accessory through the onboard MIPI-CSI interface apart from improved thermal performance, hardware accelerated H265 encode/decode through Gstreamer integrated codecs, 4K HDMI output with audio apart from a whole lot of other standard features. Continue reading An Upstream Linux Release for the Snapdragon 820 based Inforce 6601 Development kit is now available!
We are excited to announce that Inforce Computing will be showcasing at Internet of Things World to be held on May 14 – 17, 2018 at Santa Clara Convention Center, CA. IoT World is the world’s largest IoT conference & expo. Continue reading Inforce Computing is coming to IoT World 2018
In 2017, J.C. Penney closed 138 retail stores across the country. This figure for Crocs and Gap are even worse. The fate of Macy’s, Staples, American Apparel etc is not any better either. Adding to it, many retail stores are notifying their customer to use their gift cards ASAP. That hints that in 2018 we will see more number of stores closing down. Continue reading Crowd Analytics! Smart way to Save your Retail Stores
We are familiar with scenarios where office ACs runs for uninterrupted hours even when there is no human activity in that area. Instances like this make the workspace less productive and make it expensive to manage. They force us to think about the dynamic ways to manage the ‘things’ in office. In other words, it is about transforming a regular office space into a smart office. Continue reading How can a Smart Office help Increase Productivity
Inforce Computing Snapdragon™ 410 powered platforms got a big upgrade! Android Nougat has arrived with our new Android software release V3.0. This release features Android 7.1.1 which is based on Linux kernel version 3.10.49. This is specifically applicable to Inforce products: Inforce 6301 Micro SOM based dev kit and Micro SBC Inforce 6309.
For those developers currently figuring out the best way to add 4K video technology input into their devices, tune in now. Inforce recently announced Inforce ACC-1S80, an accessory card used with Inforce Snapdragon™ 820 platforms to bring 4K video input in through dual MIPI-CSI.
Traffic congestion increases the time required to commute. We all know this too well here in the bay area, like any urban citizens across the world. It inflicts increased operational costs on the urban transport system. Many forecasts suggest that this will only get worse in the years to come.
High-resolution 4K input has become a preferred choice for developers in key areas like smart city, smart office, smart surveillance and digital health. Due to advancements in hardware technologies and drop is costs of high bandwidth connectivity, we are moving towards an era where a 4K video is becoming accessible to general public. Continue reading Why 4K Input is Crucial in Video Conferencing and Collaboration
On the third and last day of embedded world, Inforce computing displayed its IFC 6420 Application ready platform. Its unique capability to run on two HDMI simultaneously was demostrated at the Arrow. This is a remarkable application for digital signage or video conferencing where you need to have different content displayed on both screens. Continue reading Day 3 at Embedded World – Inforce Computing
On the second day of Embedded World, Inforce computing showcased Inforce 6320 at its booth. Inforce 6320 is a compact networking platform that supports industrial grade operating temperatures and can be easily adapted to deliver wide-ranging solutions in the IoE space like edge gateways with an option for routing capabilities to integrate connected devices. Continue reading Day 2 at Embedded World – Inforce Computing