Hardware Architecture for Real-Time Extraction of Maximally Stable Extremal Regions

March 25, 2020


Achieving real-time video analysis

Technology Overview

Object detection, recognition, and tracking from a video stream is critically important for applications that range from computer vision to robotics to national security. Hardware architecture for real-time extraction of maximally stable extremal regions (MSERs) has been developed to improve image extraction. The system is comprised of a communication interface and processing circuitry configured in hardware to receive data streams and extract MSERs in real-time.