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The Imaging Subsystem (ISS) deals with the processing of pixel data coming from memory (image format encoding and decoding can be done to and from memory). ISS is mainly composed of an Image Signal Processor (ISP), a block based imaging accelerator (SIMCOP), and Camera Adapter Layer (CAL) module. ISS is tightly coupled with a low-interrupt latency microprocessor subsystem (Cortex-M4 IPU), which runs a real-time operating system (OS) to reach optimal performance, and can quickly change the ISS configuration during frame blanking periods and run some sequencing tasks.
ISS is a key component for Rear View Camera, Front View Stereo Camera, and Surround View Camera applications.
ISS targets the following major use cases:
ISS offers the following main features:
For more information, see chapter Imaging Subsystem of the Device TRM.