I would like to interface the Intel compute stick 2 to a Cortex M microcontroller. There is no OS on the board.
Is it possible to do this? And how?
Or does the stick require an OS for interfacing?
Thanks for reaching out.
The Cortex M microcontroller has an ARM processor, we have guides to build DLDT from source on ARM processors for the Intel® Neural Compute Stick (NCS), but it needs to have an OS. You can see the guide here.
For any additional help, feel free to ask.
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Hi @David_C_Intel ,
I am looking for same but looks like the link that you shared is not accessible now. Could you please also give steps at high level to get this done. I can see that it would need a driver in micro-controller to boot the NCS-2 and some C APIs that would then pass on the network.