Texas Instruments and FRAMOS
Texas Instruments

Texas Instruments (TI) and FRAMOS can support customers developing vision applications on TI’s Jacinto™ processors.

Texas Instruments’ edge AI processing solutions feature scalable performance, energy efficient computing, hardware agnostic software, and free development tools for camera, machine vision, robotics and automotive embedded systems. Learn more at ti.com/edgeai.

TI’s system-on-chip (SoC) architecture delivers performance without sacrificing critical system resources, such as power, size, weight and cost. TI’s development platforms – which have hardware, open-source software, and development tools – perfectly complement FRAMOS’s Sensor Modules (FSM) to help quickly ease the integration of new imaging products into the market.

FRAMOS is passionate about imaging and vision technologies. These technologies play a key role in robotics, automation and IoT-connected factories and are key drivers in cognitive systems and vision-based artificial intelligence.

Every embedded vision system has specific requirements that, in most cases, only a custom solution can solve. FRAMOS’ embedded vision ecosystem of interchangeable components, vision engineers, and developers can quickly and easily connect those components, and help customers develop products with Texas Instruments processors and the Jacinto™ platform from concept to market.

Compatible FRAMOS Sensor Modules are provided with software drivers for TI Jacinto processors. The FRAMOS engineering team can provide in-depth development and imaging pipelines to customers – such as advanced color processing and image tuning – on request.

FRAMOS Sensor Module and Jacinto, front view

FRAMOS Sensor Module and Jacinto, back view


FSM-IMX415C with M12-Mount Lens:
Camera sensor module based on Sony IMX415; adapted for SK-TDA4VM with TI_DEVKIT-SINGLE-V0B board

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