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Price:
$2,499.00

i.MX6 based Nitrogen6X 2G

Linux Professional SDK for Freescale i.MX6 based MCIMX6Q-SDP EVM board. Includes 1 year of updates.
Price:
$2,499.00
SDK Add-ons
Camera Engine ( $2,899.00)
GStreamer multi-stream / mulit-channel RTSP server element ( $1,499.00)
Motion Detection (Pluggable) ( $1,499.00)
GStreamer Fast Text/Graphics Overlay ( $1,800.00)
Additional CMOS Sensor or V4L2 driver ( $2,499.00)
USB standard UVC / UAC driver ( $4,999.00)
Manufacturing tests ( $6,999.00)
Pre-Record GStreamer Element ( $2,499.00)
video segmenter ( $2,499.00)

Product Description

iMX6 Based Solutions

iMX6 Based Solutions



RidgeRun provides a fully featured Embedded Linux Software Development Kit for Freescale iMX6 based applications processors.  Freescale iMX6 platform delivers high performance, power efficient applications processors with a robust support network and software portfolio including open source. The complete platform allows for differentiation and rapid development of applications from wireless handsets to other multimedia-enhanced devices.  

 

The i.MX6 series processors are a scalable multicore platform that includes single-, dual- and quad-core families based on the ARM® Cortex™-A9 architecture. This architecture is a robust - cross industry and product platform.  Whether your product is targeted at consumer electronics, industrial, automotive or secuity related, this flexible, scaleable architecture combined with RidgeRun's easy-to-use SDK's and extension products allows you to concentrate your effort of differntiating features and not product infrastructure.

 

FEATURES

  • Boot loader 2013.07
  • Linux kernel 3.0.35-4.0.0
  • Gstreamer-0.10.36
  • Freescale gst-plugins 3.0.7
  • Hardware based audio and video codecs
  • SD and NFS file system support
  • Boot from SD3, SD4 or SPI-NOR with an easy installation (Boundary devices boards only)
  • Toolchain to linaro 2012.03 for software floating point and 2013.03 for hardware floating point support
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  • Variscite Only

  • U-boot-2009.08 + read your environment from a *.img file in a SD card.
  • Linux Kernel 3.0.35-4.0.0.
  • Gstreamer-0.10.36.
  • Freescale gst-plugins 3.0.7.
  • Hardware based audio and video codecs.
  • Hardware graphics acceleration
  • Hardware floating point support.
  • SD and NFS file system support.
  • Boot from NAND and SD with an easy installation.
  • Start kernel via TFTP option.
  • Toolchain based in codesourcery 2009-q1 and linaro (2012.03 for software floating point and 2013.03 for hardware floating point).
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    ADDITIONAL PRODUCTS

     

    SUPPORTED HARDWARE

    Low Cost Freescale iMX6 Quad Sabre Lite Development Board

    BD-SL-i.MX6 board (formerly the SABRE Lite board)

     

    Nitrogen6x-SOM 1G and 2G boards

    Boundary Devices Nitrogen6x-SOM 1G and 2G boards

    Freescale Semiconductor MCIMX6Q-SDP, SMART DEVICE PLATFORM

     

    Variscite Devices iMX6 VAR-SOM-MX6 Board

     

     

    LEARN MORE...

    Board information:
     
    Getting Started Guide:
     
    SDK Documentation:
     
    GStreamer Pipelines:

     

     

    i.MX6Quad Family of Applications Processors (Data Sheet, Application Notes):

    GStreamer i.MX6 Pipelines 

    https://community.freescale.com/docs/DOC-93387

    https://community.freescale.com/docs/DOC-93446

    GStreamer i.MX6 Encoding:-  

    https://community.freescale.com/docs/DOC-93447

    Freescale-Useful GStreamer Commands ;- 

    https://community.freescale.com/docs/DOC-93487

    Freescale GStreamer plugins:- 

    http://boundarydevices.com/freescale-gstreamer-plugins/

    BoundarydevicesTag Archives: GStreamer:- 

    http://boundarydevices.com/tag/gstreamer/

     

    FSL Connect Prtnr Logo Color    BDlogo only

     

    RidgeRun is a Freescale and Boundary Devices partner

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