We were recently approached by some engineers who specialise in hunting cameras and we got a brief look at this product. It is a very interesting product. Initially, there were many hunting enthusiasts overseas and traditional hunting relied on experience. However, with the development of technology, hunting cameras also appeared.
In recent years, this product is gradually used in China, for example, we often see photos or videos of wild animals on TV. These photos of animals come from hunting cameras.
So what kind of mechanism is a hunting camera?
Simply put, this product hangs on a tree in the wild and has a built-in infrared sensor. When no prey is present, it is off. If prey appears, it immediately wakes up the machine and captures it at a very high speed.
Why is it said that such a product will use lshine (chip-mounted T-card)?
1: This product requires very fast startup. As soon as the prey appears, it boots up and takes a picture. At this point, even the OS may not be fully booted, requiring a memory chip to cache the captured image.
2: Write speed requirement is fast, ordinary NOR flash and NAND flash can not meet this fast write requirement at this time. And SMD T-card can.
3: The protocol stack for local storage of hunting cameras requires a designated location to retrieve captured images. However, hunting cameras are usually stored in deep mountains and other places which is waste of manpower.
Now that hunting cameras are equipped with 4G modules, it is also necessary to store the communication stack locally. At this point, the storage space requirement is even higher.
Based on the above problems, lshine (chip-mounted T-card) fully meets the storage needs of various hunting camera products, and the application of chip-mounted T-card in hunting cameras will continue to increase.