Image processing tech runs Linux, targets UAV apps

RFEL has unveiled board-level versions of its HALO video processing technology, which runs Linux on a Xylinx Zynq ARM+FPGA system-on-chip. Previously introduced as a ruggedized subsystem aimed at military intelligence applications, such as UAVs, the new HALO boards provide embeddable versions of RFEL’s sophisticated image stabilization and fusion engines, which can form composite images by combining visible and IR data.