Both platforms use Shiratech’s platform-on-module experience to solve hardware design and integration challenges, and allow users to quickly start application development.
Body Cam 1.0 is a live-streaming open platform powered by a quad-core Arm Cortex-A7 processor with built-in LTE modem based on the Quectel SC20 SoC. It integrates a 13Mpixel camera module featuring an ON Semiconductor sensor, Wi-Fi, GNSS satellite positioning and Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity. Context awareness comes from Analog Devices’ ADUX1020 multifunction photometric sensor with gesture and proximity detection and ADXL343BCCZ 10/13-bit accelerometer. External interfaces include a two-lane MIPI-CSI2 input for a rear-facing camera, micro USB port, analogue microphone input, and Micro SD and Micro SIM slots.
The ICOMOX (Intelligent Condition-Monitoring Box) ultra-low power platform integrates vibration, magnetic-field, temperature and sound sensors for detecting faults in a wide variety of scenarios. Integrated sensors includes the Analog Devices ADXL356 low-power low-noise vibration sensor and ADT7410 16-bit -55°C to +155°C temperature sensor, as well as a magnetic-field sensor and high-performance MEMS microphone.
Running on the Analog Devices ADuCM4050 application processor, and featuring Analog Devices’ LTC5800-IPM wireless transceiver, ICOMOX is an open sensor-to-cloud platform that combines high-performance sensing, embedded software and analytics for early failure detection, and configurable warnings and event timestamping for each sensor. The LTC5800-IPM is a complete 2.4 GHz, IEEE 802.15.4e SoC with embedded SmartMesh IP networking software.