To shed some more light, the device was working with OpenVino. I was successful compiling my Tensorflow model, optimizing it (FP_16) and running net.forward() on raspberry + NCS2. Unfortunately, it was really slow (ie 2s per inference on a very simple model). So I decided to move to ncsdk v2. Of course, as I mentioned it, I restarted with a clean Raspberry and OS.
The only software kit that is compatible with the NCS2 is OpenVINO. The NCSDK is only compatible with the NCS1.
Please let me know if you have any further questions.
Thank you @Sahira_at_Intel! If I may give you some feedback, this is really not clearly explained in the documentation. it says: This Intel® Movidius™ Neural Compute software developer kit (NCSDK) is provided for users of the Intel® Movidius™ Neural Compute Stick (Intel® Movidius™ NCS). I saw many posts stating that the ncsdk v1 was not compatible with the NCS V1 but when Intel releases a NCSDK V2, you're expecting it to be compatible with the NCS V2…. Your marketing is very confusing.
I spent 4 days on this because OpenVino was really really slow. Let's retry OpenVino…
I replied to you on your other thread as well. Thank you for your feedback!
Please let me know if you have OpenVINO questions, we're happy to help!