Xilinx Highlights Compute Intensive and Software Defined Vision Systems at the Embedded Vision Summit 2016

SAN JOSE, CA -- Xilinx, Inc. will highlight platforms for compute intensive vision systems, programmed with new software defined development environments at the Embedded Vision Summit 2016. Applications will include 3D object recognition and machine vision enabled by Zynq® All Programmable SoCs and MPSoCs. The Embedded Vision Summit is a three-day educational event that concentrates exclusively on deployable computer vision technology. Attendees can visit Xilinx's demonstrations at the Embedded Vision Summit, May 2-4, 2016, at the Santa Clara Convention Center.

Xilinx In-Booth Demonstrations

• 3D Object Recognition in Smart Cameras with Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC— Presented with iVeia – This demonstration is a machine vision solution for spatially and rotationally invariant multi-object recognition. The algorithm fully leverages the Zynq SoC quad-core 64-bit ARM architecture for statistical processing and the programmable logic for accelerating compute-intensive operations.
• OpenCV Hardware Acceleration with SDSoC for Machine Vision – Presented with Avnet, Auviz and OKI – This demonstration showcases Avnet's Smart Vision Development Kit and uses the SDSoC™ Development Environment to rapidly implement feature detection algorithms that were built by OKI using the AuvizCV library. Users can quickly develop highly differentiated software accelerators in programmable logic, enabling improved system performance over just the ARM™ core based processing system.

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