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ANALOG DEVICES INC. EagleEye™ Trial Kit | Featured Product Spotlight

March 29, 2022 by Mouser Electronics

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Analog Devices Incorporated’s EagleEye™ trial kit combines the ADSPBF707 Blackfin® digital signal processor, the Blackfin+® core embedded processor ADSPBF707BBCZ4-EGE, and ADI’s proprietary software analytics algorithms.

The ADI EagleEye™ trial kit comprises the ADI EagleEye™ DSP subsystem, a cortex-based microcontroller unit (MCU) subsystem, flash memory, ADI EagleEye™ analytics algorithm, and application firmware.

The ADSW4000 ADI EagleEye™ PeopleCount algorithm enables a 2D vision, sensor-based, people counting and location solution for rooms and open areas.

The system edge node analytics unlocks informed insights and analytics with an accurate and secure people counting capability. This data can provide insight to improve asset and people management, social distancing, security, employee engagement, space utilization, labor productivity, and energy efficiency.

The ADI EagleEye™ trial kit features a 2D vision sensor with a Bluetooth interface for commissioning via a tablet app and cloud connectivity over Wi-Fi. This allows users to upload metadata to the cloud.

A companion tablet application, the ADI EagleEye™ PeopleCount app, is available for device commissioning. A cloud-based online dashboard is available to users to access the collected data and a set of actionable insights.

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