Mali Camera

Image signal processors (ISP) that deliver the highest image quality for embedded and automotive applications.

Mali Cameras

Arm Mali Cameras or Image Signal Processors (ISPs) deliver the highest image quality for embedded and automotive applications.

The Mali-C32 and Mali-C52 are designed for a wide variety of applications, such as security and smart cameras. They process each pixel in real time and deliver the best high dynamic image as well as great low-light performance.

The Mali-C71 is designed for the emerging smart automotive market, capturing twice the dynamic range of a standard single exposure sensor, and in some cases even outperforming the human eye. The Mali-C71 supports the requirements of SIL3 and ASIL-D functional safety for a variety of automotive applications from all-round vehicle awareness, mirror replacement, through to night vision improvement.

Mali-C71

The Arm Mali-C71 delivers key visual information for the smart automotive market, creating clear and convenient viewing for the driver.

Mali-C52

The Arm Mali-C52 delivers unparalleled image quality that is available in two configurations – it can be optimized for image quality or optimized for area.

Mali-C32

The Arm Mali-C32 delivers outstanding image quality and state-of-the-art image signal processing in real-time. This ISP is optimized for area.

Applications

The Arm Mali Cameras have been specifically designed for the automotive and embedded market segments:

Smart cities

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Security and internet protocol (IP) cameras  

Automotive

Phone at the top of the market.

Smartphone

A home containing automation.

Smart homes

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Drones and personal robots



Arm ISP Control and Calibration tools

Development platform

Speed up initial evaluation of the system, image quality and software performance with the Arm ISP reference platform, pre-built and pre-tuned with the Mali-C52 or Mali-C32 ISP.

Speed up development time with:

  • Initial introduction of the Mali-C52 or Mali-C32
  • Image quality evaluation before silicon is available
  • Learn how to use the ISP tools provided

  • The Arm ISP reference platform is delivered with one fully tuned image sensor that is fully supported by FPGA logic and software components. The reference platform works out-of-the-box with minimum interaction from a user side and provides extended capabilities for monitoring ISP state by using the ISP tools.

    Arm is working with many sensor vendors, so if you would like a different image sensor to be supplied with your reference platform, please contact your Arm partner manager or contact one of our technical experts.

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    0 votes 5398 views 1 replies Latest 23 days ago by Kévin Petit Answer this
    Answered Why does the CPU perform better than the GPU when blending small areas? Latest 8 days ago by Peter Harris 1 replies 862 views
    Suggested answer E/MaliEGL: FindAppHintInFile open fail errno=0x2 (No such file or directory) Latest 19 days ago by crescent72 2 replies 2798 views
    Answered Zero Copy Buffers using cl_arm_import_memory extension in OpenCL 1.2 - arm mali midgard GPUs. Latest 21 days ago by Kévin Petit 7 replies 4100 views
    Suggested answer Optimised OpenCL SGEMM implementation for ARM Mali Midgard GPUs. Latest 23 days ago by Kévin Petit 1 replies 5432 views
    Answered Irregular behaviour of vectors in OpenCL(1.2) kernels Latest 23 days ago by Kévin Petit 1 replies 8205 views
    Answered Map/Unmap operations with Zero copy buffer. Latest 23 days ago by Kévin Petit 1 replies 5398 views