Developer Zone to accelerate Embedded Vision Innovation

30 November 2016

Xilinx launched an Embedded Vision Developer Zone to help build All Programmable, differentiated Embedded Vision applications.

Through the Embedded Vision Developer Zone, Xilinx is providing a one-stop location to jump start the development of next-generation vision systems employing sensor fusion, advanced computer vision algorithms, and real-time object detection and analytics capabilities based on machine learning techniques.

Central to the Embedded Vision Developer Zone is a pool of engineering resources comprised of optimised libraries for software development, vision IP for hardware developers, projects, and tutorials from Xilinx, Alliance Program Members, and community developers. All development resources are compatible with Xilinx FPGAs and All Programmable SoCs, including Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoCs combining four ARM Cortex-A53 APUs, two ARM Cortex-R5 Real time Processors, an ARM Mali-400 MP2 GPU, an HEVC Video Codec supporting 4Kp60 resolution, programmable logic, and programmable interfaces. 

“Product developers are embracing embedded vision at an accelerating pace. From smart surveillance cameras to autonomous vehicles, just about everything, everywhere needs to ‘see’ something,” said Jeff Bier, founder of the Embedded Vision Alliance. “Squeezing vision into tight cost and power budgets presents unique challenges to embedded vision developers. Providing them with a dedicated place to find a wide range of resources relevant to their applications is an important step in enabling more developers to meet these challenges.” 

For additional information, users can experience the Embedded Vision Developer Zone by watching this short video.


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