Darrin Patek Darrin is a Field Application Engineer in the Advanced Engineering Group at Future Electronics. He has an extensive background in FPGAs, Hardware and Embedded System design. Darrin holds a B.S.E.E/M.S.E.E in Electrical Engineering from the University of California San Diego and the University of Southern California. Prior to his career, in the Electronics Industry, he served in the U.S. Navy Nuclear Power Field, in both the operation of Nuclear Reactors and as an instructor in the Reactor Training Division.

Low-Cost USB Camera Development with Cortex-M7 MCUs


Industrial and Medical customers using SBC or SOM modules running Linux want to take advantage of all the existing drivers and software that Linux provides. For customers who want to add a low to midrange resolution camera to their system, a USB Camera has many advantages: ease of installation, driver support and open source software. Most of these customers want a low cost, long lifetime camera (and not the latest greatest high-resolution USB camera). In this presentation, Future Electronics' Darrin Patek will show how it is possible to implement that solution using a low-cost high performance STM32 MCU.

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